With a few quick tips, you can be on your way with a mobile-friendly site design in no time! Some prefer to scale their fullscreen site and use proportions. I prefer to create a separate mobile homepage so that I know exactly what others will see when they visit my page. Here are a few quick tips when it comes to getting your own site mobile-ready.
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Sarah Matlock Owner, Web Design by Sarah
Sarah is the founder and sole proprietor of a small web design business in Indianapolis, IN. She works primarily with local nonprofits and small business in need of web services, like website design or social media management, at affordable rates for those smaller budgets.
When working with web and marketing materials, most of us struggle to find quality, usable images to help convey our message. Pulling images from Google may seem harmless, but being sued for copyright after you make your first million probably … Continue reading →
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Whether it’s a company newsletter or an information update, sometimes small business owners need to send electronic messages to their email database. Today, I’ll show you one simple way to be sure your information is displayed effectively and perfectly laid … Continue reading →
Happy Hearts Day, friends! Please enjoy this Valentine’s screensaver ↑↑there↑↑ as well as the opening lines to Love Actually, a great reminder that love actually is allaround. ↓↓ there↓↓ I hope you’re spending today (and everyday!) with someone you love! … Continue reading →
Social Media – whether you love it or you hate it – is a powerful force to share your message and brand, your mission and needs to a wide audience in the blink of an eye. Facebook is changing algorithms … Continue reading →
Plenty of people have opinions about how to “fix the problems” in our society, and while there are many approaches, the goal is always the same: to make the world a better place. In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s … Continue reading →
Dr. King left an incredible legacy for current and future generations. This month’s lockscreen honors his message and work, and reminds us that we all have a part in changing the future – we must keep moving forward. To use as … Continue reading →
While I’m a Chrome gal through-and-through, sometimes it’s a good idea to step back and reevaluate the competition. This week, we’ll compare a few of the most popular browsers and what they can do for you. Chrome Since I’ve already … Continue reading →
This week, we’ll be addressing simple ways to develop a social media calendar for a small business or nonprofit. With a little bit of insight and creativity, a compelling social media campaign is just a few steps away! 1. Give … Continue reading →