Archive of: February, 2015

New Resturant Website by Seeingis Design: Trattoria Vittoria, Santa Barbara.

New Resturant Website by Seeingis Design: Trattoria Vittoria, Santa Barbara.

17 February 2015

James Breen (principle) and Seeing Is Web Design has just published a new site Trattoria Vittoria Resturant of Santa Barbara. This WordPress site is mobile and tablet responsive for a clean fast viewing on all devices (smart phone, tablet and desktop). The WordPress platform started off as a web based blogging software and has evolved into a full fledged Content Management System (CMS) publishing platform. WordPress is just one of the CMS's that Seeing Is Design uses to publish website.

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Steps to a Google-friendly Site

Steps to a Google-friendly Site

13 February 2015

Things to do

(reprint from Google)

Our Webmaster Guidelines provide general design, technical, and quality guidelines. Below are more detailed tips for creating a Google-friendly site.

Give visitors the information they're looking for

Provide high-quality content on your pages, especially your homepage. This is the single most important thing to do. If your pages contain useful information, their content will attract many visitors and entice webmasters to link to your site. In creating a helpful, information-rich site, write pages that clearly and accurately describe your topic. Think about the words users would type to find your pages and include those words on your site.

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How Important Is Responsive Design?

How Important Is Responsive Design?

13 February 2015

(reprint John Rampton, Huffington Post)

As more people are beginning to use mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets, for every task that used to be only capable on desktop, one thing has become clear: mobile is taking over Internet surfing. And, it's not even just surfing. It's everything from browsing social media outlets, checking emails and doing some online shopping.

Because mobile Internet usage is increasing steadily, it's extremely important that your website is mobile friendly. Usually this isn't a major concern. You have a website designed for desktop users and another site specifically developed for mobile users. But, is it possible to have a site that is equally favorable for both desktop and mobile users?

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