Dive into Splash Page Motion Graphics

We recently featured local gallery and vintage boutique, ArtPool, in the GBDB Design blog. This got me thinking about an old school assignment. I was assigned a group project that involved re-designing the website of a local business and my group of 3 students chose to redesign the ArtPool website. We chose their website because we saw an opportunity [...]

Website 101 Tips: How to Pick a Hosting Company

Now that you’ve picked your domain name, the second step before starting the design of your website is to sign up for website SEO Sydney hosting. What is website hosting? If a domain is your website’s “physical address”, website hosting is the online office space that you’ll rent to store your website files. Website hosts offer [...]

January 25, 2010 – What’s in Your Backyard?

This was one of Good Dog/Bad Dog Creative Design’s (GDBD Design) favorite projects. Located in Ruskin, Backyard Produce was a produce stand aimed at providing customers with the freshest, best tasting fruits and vegetables. They were formed to celebrate the diversity of foods that are produced here in the Tampa Bay area. GDBD helped them [...]

Tip #2: Gather Content Ahead of Time and Write it Right the First Time Around

In my previous article I gave some tips on doing your homework before interviewing potential Web designers for your project. This week I’m going to touch on how to prepare content ahead of time for your website. I’m sure you’ve heard about Kings Los Angeles SEO that saying “Content is King” and it’s even more [...]

What is a Joomla site?

In a previous blog article I briefly discussed using a content management system (CMS) for your website. In this article I’d like to talk more about one CMS platform in particular, Joomla. First of all, what is Joomla? Joomla! Is an open source content management system (CMS) for publishing information on the Internet. Many businesses [...]

Need a Website? Read These Time Saving Tips First.

Are you looking to create a website for your company or would you like to update your existing website? In this five-part blog series we’re going to give you tips on how to make your Web site design process run smoother. Tip #1: Do your homework… This week is all about homework. Remember that word? [...]

Call to Action – What’s Next for Your Customers?

So you finally have your website designed and it’s up and running. Congratulations! Mission complete and now the customers will start flooding in right? Not so fast. Your website was created for a specific reason – to sell your service or product, to engage others, or create awareness about yourself or your company. But how [...]

Tips for an Easy Website Analysis

We’re into the second week of the new year and while I’m sure you’ve taken down the decorations, started back on your fitness routine and created your resolutions for the upcoming year – have you taken the time to make sure your Website is up to par? Before you start making those cold calls, it’s [...]