Trying to find the ideal care solution for aging parents or an older loved one can be an emotional undertaking. The need for care often comes after a hospitalization or chronic health diagnosis, adding stress, anxiety, and the sense of feeling overwhelmed. If your agency’s website isn’t user-friendly, is cluttered or hard to read, or doesn’t meet accessibility standards, users … Read More
Ideally, your website contains well‑written, helpful content, a user‑friendly navigation, and of course, eye‑catching images. But are those pictures of cheerful caregivers and happy seniors YOUR images, or could you be at risk for copyright infringement? If you didn’t personally design your agency’s website and/or take the photos or create the illustrations used on your site, there’s some important information … Read More
Searching for home care for aging parents or an older loved one can be an emotional and taxing undertaking. Individuals often become aware that a family member requires the help of a home care agency or an in‑home caregiver after a trip to the hospital or a chronic health diagnosis, which can add stress, anxiety, and feelings of being overwhelmed. … Read More
For many older adults and their loved ones, the thought of hiring a home care provider is a scary, but necessary, prospect. And with the heavy competition in the marketplace, it’s vital not to do anything that might further spook potential clients. This may sound like a no brainer, but many home care agencies don’t pay enough attention to, or … Read More
We've said it before, when something good happens for your company you should shout it from the rooftops! Consider this blog post our rooftop exclamation, because corecubed has been nominated for a Webby Award and we are thrilled! We'd love your support as we compete against some pretty big names in this contest. Read on to find out how you can help.
Before we dive into a new website design, there are a few things that we need to get started. Providing these three main items will help avoid headaches later and keep your project on task. So, what can you do to help us? Read on to find out the three top things you need to provide your website designer.
Designing or redesigning a new website may just be the perfect time to also rebrand your company logos or other word marks. If your logo is outdated, out of style, or missing altogether, your web designer can jump in and help. Using your web designer as your logo designer or even as a resource for the logo redesign will ensure that your brand compliments the newly designed website.
Asking for trite design and content not only frustrates your web designer, but including these cliches in your website will also annoy your users. Trust your designer and avoid the following requests. Your website will be better off and your users will be more likely to continue clicking about.
Following up to the December 1st post about design vs. development, it’s time to recap and start the actual process. Now that you know the differences between the two, let’s talk about how they play out.
Wireframes, mock-ups, and betas. Say what? Understanding the website design and development process is vital to having your project run smoothly. Here we outline the basics of the process and what to expect when you hire us for a web project.
Web design is not the same as web development, but the two definitely compliment each other. And you really need both good design and clean development to create an effective website. So what is the difference between the two, and why should you care?
Read on to learn why web design and web development are like two peas in a pod.
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