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A few words from the apes, monkeys, and various primates that make up the Cheeky Monkey Super Squad.

Creative Design

  • 4 years 3 months ago

    Hello there monkeys! Hope you are having a great week. I am here with some fantastic news for you! This time it’s about web design. You know that with much of the excitement over web design just lasts a little bit, right? Maybe just overnight or maybe even a few days. Well, by now you have certainly heard of “Responsive Web Design,” before, right? Responsive Web Design isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, it is evolving into more of the designing way for the future. Here are a few reasons why.

    A New Trend

  • 4 years 6 months ago

    No web development or design project is going to go perfect. There are going to be mistakes made along the process. But how you deal with those mistakes will say a lot about you as an individual and a company. Here are some classic mistakes made in web design and how you can avoid them next time.

    #1. Priorities

  • 4 years 7 months ago

    The bottom line of creating any website, especially a Drupal website, is to cater it to your users.  People who use the Internet should be able to navigate your website without a problem. So many companies are focused on getting up the cheapest website possible that they forget about the people who will be using the website. If your ultimate goal is to offer a product or service to your customer, then it’s time to make sure your website is targeted to your users.

    How can you do this?

  • 4 years 8 months ago

    Monkey needs change as we age. When the banana starts peeling a little slower, some things just get left behind. If you’re building a website for an aging audience, this is an important thing to keep in mind. Good web design is about customizing the site to your audience’s needs. One of the most unique challenges for many sites with aging audiences is to design a good user experience that meets their increased needs.

  • 4 years 8 months ago

    The main purpose of websites is to build and present content. When it comes to creating compelling content, it can be a challenge for lots of Internet marketers to think outside the cage. Web designers like us specialize in creating the best Drupal sites because we view the empty screen as a canvas, and excel at creating customized design to meet customer needs.

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Money isn’t always the difference between an effective website and a dud, any more than back hair is the difference between a monkey and a man. There are at least as many bad websites that cost a fortune as there are sad humans who have back hair. While one factor often leads to another, there are more variations to this standard than there are monkeys jumping on the bed.

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    There are as many approaches to web design as there are trees in the jungle. Picking the right approach can be as tough as picking the best banana from the bunch, but if you want to avoid a belly ache, you’ve got to narrow down your options.

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Combing profits from your website is a lot like picking bugs from your buddy’s fur -  the work is tiresome, but the payoff is a delicious. Luckily, we’re expert bug pickers, which is why we know how to design with ROI in mind. A recent article on SimplyZesty.com explores the relationship between actual online behavior and some common misconceptions about designing for the buying consumer.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    “Great responsive web design is a matter of process,” according to Jacey Gulden of SocialMediaToday.com, and that process needs to be every bit as adaptive as the content your site will eventually hold.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    Many times web writers and designers get caught up in the typography of their designs that they forget about the reader’s reading experience. Yes, typography is important, but perhaps not as important as some people would think. The key is to keep the reader in mind when designing an article. Three aspects of the digital reading experience are the content, the content and the reader and each one needs attention.

    Content

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