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7 Web Design Tips for Education Sites

Your website is your most important digital asset. For many of your potential students, it’s their first interaction with your school. It not only “sells” your school, for many institutions, it’s also the platform prospects use to apply for enrollment. The website is also an important resource for your current students, alumni, professors, community leaders […]

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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 […]

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2018 Marketing Predictions: Web Development and Design

With it being the end of the year, it’s time to focus on what changes we can expect to see in 2018 that will affect marketers. As part of our “2018 Predications” series, we talked to Oneupweb Developer Paul Houser and Senior Graphic Designer David Kehrer on what they think 2018 will bring in the […]

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The Golden Question: Should I Handle Digital Marketing In-House or Hire an Agency?

Your company has reached a critical juncture, you’re either: 1)  Growing beyond your ability to keep up 2)  Stagnating 3)  Or gasp… shrinking … In other words…you need help. Your sales team needs more leads in the pipeline and they need to either close that business fast, or access an automated system for long-term cultivation. It’s time […]

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David Kehrer – He’s Our Man – If He Can’t Do It No One Can

Name: David Kehrer Position: Creative Director What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? My average day includes the management of our design team and projects, discussing and reviewing projects, and working with our sales team. Tell us about a favorite client moment. We recently received a photo from a client showing how excited they were […]

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Featuring Nicole Emenhiser – All Day Er’ry Day

Name: Nicole Emenhiser Position: Senior Graphic Designer What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? First, there is coffee. Then… well, then there is more coffee. Mostly I spend my days researching, building, reviewing and occasionally starting from scratch. I spend a lot of time looking into what current usability and design trends are, building websites […]

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Google Begins Calling out Mobile-Friendly Sites in Search Results

Is your site mobile friendly? Google confirmed that it cares about mobile-friendly design a lot when it announced November 18 that it has begun a gradual roll-out of optimizing its search results for mobile users by adding a “mobile-friendly” label to search results that are considered “mobile-friendly.” This change has been rolling out globally over […]

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5 Web Design Trends Emerging, Fall 2014

The web just exploded. OK, I exaggerate. But it hasn’t even been a year since I wrote “8 Sizzling Hot Web Design Trends for 2014” and here I am again, just seven months later with five new web design trends that are shaking up how we interact on the web. Images keep getting bigger, webpages […]

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Webinar : Optimizing Site Navigation for Conversion

On a recent webinar, “Optimizing Site Navigation for Conversion,” Oneupweb’s Sales & Marketing Director Carly  Wujcik and I talked about how B2C and B2B brands can leverage site nav as a marketing tool. It was a fun conversation and, I think, an important one for digital marketers. If you haven’t yet, consider a few of […]

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Cage Match! WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal!

Anytime we get rolling on a site redesign project, we always have to tackle the question of which CMS is “best”. And anytime we’re working on a publishing site, at some point in the conversation we’re going to compare WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. All 3 CMS have very devoted (and ardent) supporters. You can, without […]

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Responsive What, Responsive Who?

I’ve been speaking with several people in the higher education market, and a topic that keeps coming up is mobile marketing and a need to reach a mobile audience. Whenever I have this discussion, one of the first questions I ask is whether the website is “responsive.” Sometimes, they don’t know what that really means. […]

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The Rollercoaster of Large Scale Website Redesigns

The idea of taking on a site redesign, especially for a large-scale site (e-commerce or publishing) can feel like an overwhelming challenge. More often than not, large sites are near the point of breaking before there is a commitment to make a change, just because of all the pieces that are involved. If you’ve felt […]

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