Call To Actions or "CTA"s can make or break a website
A CTA can take many forms but should always perform its purpose when trying to get your visitors to perform an action.
2012 came around faster than ever. It feels like I have finished my taxes for 2011 and BAM it hits me again. It appears that with all the survival squabbling most website administrators don't have time to fine tune their websites.
I remember taking on the job of writing this when the economic crisis was just the first gremlin that managed to find a water source. Once again I am optimistic about 2011 because I have seen a new breed of progress.
Spring Time In Atlanta! After almost 8 years of sitting on our old website were now optimized and running! I promise it does not take that long for us to finish our client projects. :) Anyhow, if anyone feels the urge to point out anything from browser compatibility errors to spelling mistakes feel free to give us a heads up.
About 2 years ago I made a scary move to Atlanta after living in the "not so happening" north Georgia mountains for years. I had been self taught in the web design arts and was surviving off fragments of internet tutorials and overpriced reference manuals as my sources for keeping up with the technology.
Design plays a pivotal role in changing your visitors into customers. Web Design is a growing industry that has been around long enough that the average computer savvy person is beginning to understand the value of optimizing and testing their websites.