Ever wonder what words to use when describing your website? Or the website you want to have? Maybe when you are discussing website design elements you become lost in the meaning of some of the words? This post elaborates on commonly used words when explaining website design or design for branding your company in general.
Every year at this time we give thanks for what we have and look to help those in need. Often times our local charitable organizations are over looked due to lack of knowledge, difficulty in arranging donations, time constraints and other various reasons. Once again, Roc the Day has made it extremely easy for you to donate to your favorite non-profit organizations.
There are many reasons to train your employees and just as many different techniques. Larger businesses have developed in house ‘universities’ that function not only to train new hires but also to continue to develop workforces over the long term. But as a small business you may not have the resources, or the desire, to adopt this type of model.
This past weekend we participated in our second Startup Weekend at The Tech Garden in Syracuse. Over the course of two late nights and hours upon hours of work, we produced a business model with validation from individuals looking to hire in the healthcare and IT industries.
With such a large percentage of users using mobile browsers and no signs that the trend is slowing, the consequences of not having a mobile ready website could be dire for your business.
The decision to re-invest in your employees can lead to greater alignment with your company’s goals and long-term retention of your most valuable asset: your employees.
Don't be intimidated by website design - there are so many amazing references out there to get inspired by and make you want to learn and do more with the knowledge you already have!