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Cyber Monday Breaks Records-Is Your Website Prepared For 2018?

November 27, 2017 broke massive records. Cyber Monday is now the largest online shopping day in US history. Online transactions exceeded $6.59 billion, making a record breaking event. This represents an increase of a whopping 16.8 % over 2016. Mobile sales reached $2 billion in a 24 hour period. Upgrade Your Website to Meet 2018 […]

2017 Black Friday Online Sales Hit All Time High

Digital sales dominated the headlines for Black Friday shopping results. American shoppers dropped a record $5 billion in 24 hours, which is a whopping 16.9% increase in dollars spent over the internet versus Black Friday 2016, according to Adobe Digital Insights, which tracks 80% of internet spending on America’s 100 largest retail websites. It has […]

Is Your Website Ready for Black Friday Shopping?

Americans are primed and ready to take part in the country’s favorite shopping season. This increasingly includes online shopping, and bargain shoppers are already surfing the web to line up the best deals. Is your website able to handle the barrage of Black Friday shoppers? The Make-or-Break Season for Commerce If the answer is no, […]

The Psychology Behind Web Design

Superior web design goes far beyond delivering quality content and making it look nice. A well-designed website should evoke feelings that prompt the visitor to linger. The type of feelings, whether positive or negative, are within the hands of the designer and should be a key component of your web design plan. In this two […]

More Mistakes That WordPress Developers Fail to Catch

In our last blog post, NOYO Web Development highlighted three critical mistakes that WordPress developers make that they shouldn’t. In this post, we focus on three more common errors that WordPress developers should avoid by rote memory. If you are seeking a professional developer for a new website or to upgrade an existing site, talk […]

ADA Accessibility and Web Design

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires both for-profit and nonprofit organizations to make accessibility accommodations that enable the disabled to access the same services that non-disabled individuals can. This includes web sites and electronic media.

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