7 Must-Attend Business Events of 2015

Every year, there are dozens of business events that take place around the country, from small business seminars to corporate conferences. We searched for some of the best in cities across the U.S. If you live near Austin, Boston, San Diego, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, or Cleveland, get your tickets to one of the most popular business events this year.

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An Interview with Sean Deets

Sean Deets

When it comes to search engine optimization, our Senior Project Manager Sean Deets is who we count on to make our clients happy. Sean’s been a member of our Philadelphia web design company for 8 years and has learned the ins and outs of the industry. I sat down with him for an interview. Here’s what he had to say.

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HTTP or HTTPS for Your Website?

Recently, Google announced that websites using “HTTPS” in their domain name would see a boost in their search results rankings. Our Philadelphia web design company was not only surprised to hear that Google shared such a detail, but we were also surprised to find out how many administrators were planning on changing their website to HTTPS (nearly 25%, according to Moz) in the near future.

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How to Convert a Flash Animation to HD Video

I fell in love with Flash about 12 years ago. I was halfway through a degree in Commercial Design, feeling pretty unsure of myself and what I had signed up for. Some classes were great, but others seriously made me question my career path (i.e., QuarkXPress *shudder*).

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The Rise of Flat Design

If you haven’t already noticed, our digital world is getting a little flat. Recently, Apple released iOS 7—a vastly different and new interface for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Candy-colored gradients, beveled and drop-shadowed objects, and heavy lifelike textures have been replaced with solid colors and more subtle gradations.

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Making the Web Accessible

Most things in our world are made to accommodate many kinds of people, particularly, those who are disabled in some way. Braille is on most public signs, and there are wheelchair ramps on many buildings. Movie theaters offer listening devices and many vehicles can be modified to be driven in non-traditional ways (hand brakes, etc).

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Get More Followers on Twitter, the Right Way

In keeping with our philosophy of sharing our collective discoveries and knowledge, I thought it might be beneficial to share my personal experiences with Twitter over the past year. As many some none of you know, I maintain a personal blog where I post comics, illustrations, and other nonsense.

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Responsive Image Solutions

Images on mobile devices have become a hot button issue as of late. Aside from the recent surge in responsive design compatibility, the reason for this, according to Estelle Weyl of Smashing Magazine is because, “no one likes any of the solutions thus far.“

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A Prager Redesign, Part 4: The Link Building

From all the resources currently available about the concept of link building (like Alyssa’s blog article here), chances are that you have already read them and know the process quite thoroughly. What many do not realize, however, is that link building has been an integral part of the Internet as a whole and we have all participated in its process simply by browsing websites.

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Client Spotlight

Check out some of the work we've done to help these clients succeed: