Since 2008, we’ve worked with a number of different CMS platforms to design and develop websites for our clients. Two of our favorites are WordPress and HubSpot, and we moved our own website to the HubSpot CMS several years ago. Back then, I was thrilled with the results, but my development team didn’t share my enthusiasm… until now.Read more >
We’re all looking for ways to pivot our business strategy considering the changing landscape of commerce. People aren’t coming into stores — whether by choice or government mandate — as the COVID crisis continues to expand. So, what are small businesses to do?
Well, first things first, just because the customers aren’t physically at your door doesn’t mean they aren’t looking for you! They’ve moved online, from the safety of their homes, and you should join them!
Now is the time to improve your digital presence so that you can continue providing your products and services to your customers. Here are the top three ways you can improve your company’s online presence — and the reasons why you should!Read more >
I tell you what, if there's one word that everyone loves, it's "compliance."
More and more businesses that operate online are becoming aware that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to their web-based activities (especially with the rising number of lawsuits drawing the issue to public attention), and wondering what ADA website compliance involves.Read more >
You probably already know how important it is to make your website mobile friendly for a better user experience, but did you know that having a mobile-friendly website impacts your SEO?
Google has talked about mobile-friendliness for years, even before internet usage on mobile made history when it exceeded PC usage in early 2014. Here's a bit of history on Google's mobile-friendly warnings, penalties, and ranking signal changes as well as where things stand today (and what you can do about it)!Read more >
With so many devastating data breaches happening across the world over the past few years, it’s no surprise that governments are cracking down on data privacy protection laws. Consumers are concerned about how their private data is being handled — and after high-profile incidents like the Yahoo and Equifax breaches, who can blame them?
Cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated and more prevalent, making them seem like a part of daily life both in the U.S. and around the world. But new laws are looking to change that perception. First the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was signed into action in 2018, and now California has created their own powerful consumer data privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).Read more >
Big changes are happening at VIEO Design — namely a beach expansion to the beautiful, sunny shores of South Carolina.Read more >