What is a wireframe?

As with any design process, the early stages are full of excitement, brainstorming, and of course strategy. At FirstPage, we focus on a few main goals for the new website and develop strategies around achieving those goals. A wireframe allows our design team to articulate our strategies in the form a physical drawing. A wise […]

Mobile Search Results
The Need For Mobile Websites

Since mobile phones were invented they have never stopped evolving. From making calls, then sending messages, email, and eventually browsing the entire Internet. It is actually more fitting to call them “mobile devices” as making phone calls has become more of a secondary function now. Because we have the entirety of the Internet at our […]

Business Priorities
Bringing Together Design & Business

Making smart design choices can mean making smart business decisions. A couple weekends ago, a few members of the FirstPage team traveled down to Seattle for An Event Apart 2014. These annual conferences cover everything web design, from emerging code trends to the user experience research. We heard from many great speakers, but one stood […]

Website Trends for 2013

2012 was a fantastic year.  As more and more digital devices flooded into the hands of people, young and old, technology continued to evolve to meet the needs of the users themselves.  In 2013, we look forward to more exciting developments, and anticipate seeing the following trends take a defining role in businesses’ digital marketing strategies. 1) […]

Going Responsive

Over the last few years, one of the key questions to help determining whether a website was working properly for users was: “who is looking at your website”; however, “what are they using to browse the website” is becoming a more important question to ask. The root of this comes from the fact that we […]

Simply Simple

Here in the office, we all enjoy reading a good book, especially when the topics overlap with our work.  This past month, I have started reading Walter Isaacson’s biography of the esteemed Steve Jobs (in its 656 pages of greatness).  Though certainly not without his own flaws, Jobs excelled at breaking down complexity and focusing on […]

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