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WCAG 2.1

Beyond the Marketing Minute: WCAG 2.1 Compliance Tips for Designers

On June 5, 2018 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published WCAG 2.1, the newest version of guidelines for how web designers and UX professionals should make websites and all digital technology accessible to people with disabilities. Back in January, we wrote about the impending arrival of 2.1 and how complying with digital accessibility guidelines […]

in Web Design
website redesign design activity

Frequently Asked Questions About Graphic Design and Website Redesign

How many small and medium-sized companies have professional graphic designers on staff? Not many. At Oneupweb, we fill that gap by working as an extension of our clients’ teams to provide beautiful, on-brand design work. When prospects reach out to us about graphic design for content marketing projects, business collateral or a website redesign, these […]

in Web Design
wireframe

What You Lose When You Choose a Drag and Drop Website

When an out-of-the-box website is best for your business: Never, really. Written by: JD Antosiak, Web Developer at Oneupweb With so many drag and drop website builders nowadays, the real meaning of being a web developer has gotten lost somewhere. There is a world of people who think they could simply make an award-winning site […]

in Web Design
Google Search Console

Google Search Console: Beyond The Marketing Minute

Five Reasons To Use Google Search Console Google search console (GSC), formally known as Google Webmaster Tools, is a platform that provides website analytics, tools and data about traffic and search engine rankings. It also helps website owners monitor and maintain their website, search rank and more. If you’re not using it, you’re missing out […]

in SEO

We’re looking for a SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR

Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn – just a few of the social networks that have forever changed the way we do business online. If you agree, we’re looking for a creative individual who is passionate about all aspects of social marketing. If you have the ability to unleash the marketing potential locked within […]

in Blog, Careers
Mobile-first indexing

Mobile-First Indexing: Beyond the Marketing Minute

What Is Indexing? Think of a search engine index as a large database where all webpages are stored. When a new site is launched, all its pages must be added to the index so search engine spiders can crawl them, contextualize them and rank them fairly in search results. Before mobile devices had online capabilities, […]

in SEO, Web Design
Dennis Caplinger

Meet Dennis Caplinger: Our Small Business Guy With Big Ideas

Name: Dennis Caplinger Position: Director of Point A, the small business division of Oneupweb. What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? It’s a blink. I get here, make a checklist and start knocking items off it. Mixed in, though, are some random lunch discussions and the daily stories from Gillian Cobb. Tell us about a […]

in Company Culture
Amy Lewis

Meet Amy Lewis: Part Paid Media, Part Account Manager

Name Amy Lewis Position Account and Paid Media Manager What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? In a normal day, I’m attending meetings, coordinating documents and most likely bobbing my head to the music playing in the office. Tell us about a favorite Oneupweb moment in general I’ve loved expanding my knowledge with the help […]

in Company Culture, Paid Media
Facebook Algorithm

The 2018 Facebook Algorithm: Beyond the Marketing Minute

The Facebook algorithm, much like my choice of lunch at work each day, is constantly changing. This week for the Monday Marketing Minute we decided to give you a quick overview of top-level changes to the algorithm and what they mean to brands. And since one minute isn’t nearly enough time to talk about how […]

in Social Media
Jason and Teddy

Meet Our New SEO/Content Marketing Project Manager, Jason Nawara

Name: Jason Nawara Position: SEO/Content Marketing Project Manager What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? I look at a lot of numbers and data, which then informs us how to be creative with words. Tell us about a favorite client moment. So far, I don’t have one that stands out, but I find the clients […]

in Company Culture