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What Makes an Association Website Work?

Posted on Thursday, March 3rd, 2022 at 12:53 pm

Designing a website for an association can be a tricky proposition. In some ways, industry groups are like private businesses, but in other ways they function more like clubs or nonprofits. That means there are a lot of features and standards that need to be met all at the same time. Read more…

The 5 Essential Elements of a Small Business Website

Posted on Monday, January 10th, 2022 at 2:15 pm

As any experienced business owner or web developer could tell you, there is a lot that goes into making a small business website successful. From layouts and plugins to images and cross-links, the list of details that need to be attended to is almost endless. Read more…

Should You Rebuild or Renovate Your Business Website?

Posted on Friday, November 12th, 2021 at 11:43 am

Do you need to get a new business website, or just make some improvements to the web design you already have? The answer isn’t always obvious. It’s often easier (and more profitable) to work with a blank slate and get all the features you want at once. But, renovating your web presence is faster and less expensive, and lets you keep the creative elements that are working for it. Read more…

What Is Website Renovation?

Posted on Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 at 1:17 pm

At Weblinx, we post a lot of content about business web design. That shouldn’t be surprising, given that we are in the web design and digital marketing industry. However, one thing that sometimes gets lost on new and potential clients is that our work isn’t always about starting from the ground up. Read more…

The 5 Best Practices for Parks and Recreation Websites

Posted on Tuesday, August 31st, 2021 at 10:10 am

Parks and recreation web design is an interesting niche within the field. Having worked on dozens of these projects, we have seen firsthand that they can not only help municipalities share services with residents, but also make public spaces easier to manage. Read more…

What Covid-19 Has Taught Us About Nonprofit Websites

Posted on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021 at 3:30 pm

If you are in charge of marketing or communications for a nonprofit organization, the odds are good that the last 12 months have changed the way you think about your website. Time and time again, clients have told us that their online presence has become the focal point of their organization’s outreach – with the press, donors, and even the groups they serve. Read more…

What Features Do You Need on a Library Website?

Posted on Friday, June 4th, 2021 at 1:03 pm

It’s no secret that every library needs a great website. In the process of working with dozens of library executives and boards, however, we have discovered that there isn’t a great deal of understanding about what makes a library’s web presence better than average. Today’s post is all about filling that knowledge gap. Read more…

5 Keys to Library UX and Website Design

Posted on Friday, April 16th, 2021 at 3:58 pm

A library isn’t just a collection of books and documents – it’s a hub of knowledge and an integral resource for local schools and communities. For that reason, a library website can’t be just another destination on the web. It has to encapsulate a great deal of information while also being easy to use.

For that reason, we make UX (user experience) an integral part of our approach to library web design. That allows us to help our clients reach and serve their most important users online. Read more…

Why Business Websites Matter More Than Ever in 2021

Posted on Friday, March 12th, 2021 at 2:43 pm

There have been a lot of lessons thrown at business owners over the past year. The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we view so many things, from marketing to travel and beyond. You can bet we’ll still be studying this economic era for years to come, with dozens of books, movies, and courses looking back on the day-to-day struggles we’ve all been facing. Read more…

Was Your Public Library Website Built to Withstand Covid-19?

Posted on Thursday, February 4th, 2021 at 12:41 pm

Somewhere in your public library is at least one collection of the famous story “The Three Little Pigs.” You remember the old fable – the one with the piglets who build their homes from straw, wood, and brick – because it’s a tale about preparation that has been passed down through the ages.

Not only is that a literary tradition for children, but it’s also a good segue into the topic of web design for public libraries. Why? Because many decision makers didn’t have the forethought to upgrade their websites in anticipation of a disruptive event like the pandemic we are currently working through. They figured they would put off the improvements they knew were needed until a better time… right up until the moment it seemed to be too late. Read more…

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