Posts Tagged ‘web’

November 13, 2013

Top Five Reasons to Adopt Responsive Website Design (That Aren’t Just About Mobile Phones)

Responsive web design is the practice of developing a single website that reflows its layout and content based on the visitor’s device. Responsive design means that whether you’re using a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone, mouse clicks or finger taps, you’re presented with a website that is beautiful, user-friendly and optimized specifically for your browsing experience. It’s a […]

February 2, 2012

Launch Announcements: Tavistock Sites

Appleton Creative Introduces: http://www.Tavistock.com and http://www.AlbanyBahamas.com Global leader Tavistock, a privately held investment company with over 200 holdings, recently tasked Appleton Creative to design and develop a new website for their web headquarters and for their Albany, Bahamas property owned by Tiger Woods, Ernie Els and Joe Lewis. The Challenge: Highlight the investment group’s growth and diversity […]

January 20, 2012

The problem with your website

“We hired a friend of a friend to do our website for cheap. And he did an okay job, but … “ [insert any of the following]: The design is too simple and makes our company look sub-par The site doesn’t function He has disappeared Our business has outgrown its paint-by-numbers website With 148 million […]

February 7, 2011

A Look at HTML 5

What does HTML5 really mean for you and your website?

December 15, 2010

Appleton Awards : American Design Awards

Appleton Creative is pleased to announce the agency won four awards during the American Design Awards Semi-Annual Design Contest.

November 4, 2010

Appleton Creative Hosts Great Oaks Career Day!

Last week, five of the children from Great Oaks Foster Home visited for a career day at Appleton Creative. Great Oaks is a state-run facility that fosters children who have no one in their immediate or extended families to care for them. The children that visited ranged from age 7 to 15. Great Oaks provides […]

June 29, 2010

How to Get the Social-Media Generation Behind Your Cause

Once social activism meant protest marches, civil obedience and sit-ins. But for today’s 20-somethings — sometimes called “slactivists” — supporting or denouncing a cause is as simple as hitting the “like” button on Facebook or posting a hashtag to Twitter. And that’s often where it ends.

May 3, 2010

Optimizing Your Blog For Business

A blog is a power tool for any business. Most businesses are not sure how to use it correctly though. It’s much simpler than you think if you know where to start.

February 9, 2010

Waiting and waiting and waiting for that page to load?

When working with our web clients, we often talk about load speed up front, at Appleton Creative. Recent reports seem to show that Google may be adding page-loading speed to their ranking algorithm in the not too distant future.

January 21, 2010

Make it Rich, Make you Rich! 4 Key Needs for Content Marketing

A lot of online marketers are using content to market their products and services. From article directories to corporate websites, the internet is packed with opportunities to use content as a marketing tool.