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Website Slide Show, Gallery

Published on February 10, 2014 By Brenda Simon

  Deciding how to show your products is part of creating your website. Trying to decide the difference and choosing can make your head spin. A photographer needs his work to be prominent – with the page layout framing his work.  Keeping in mind your website’s performance is critical if you’re looking for organic search […]

Custom Website vs Template

Published on July 6, 2013 By Brenda Simon

Too many clients come to me after trying a template website, or do-it-yourself company. They are completely frustrated and often have spent too much money either not completing the site, or letting it go month after month and paying a sizable monthly fee. Template sites from  major telecommunication companies (Yellow Book, AT & T, Supermedia) sound simple […]

Veterinarian Website

Published on June 3, 2013 By Brenda Simon

Had fun with this website. The blue works nicely for the pet medical field. Payne Ranch is a small clinic, but has a long history in Chino Hills. A simple ten page layout worked well for their content. Photos by Douglas Simon Photography

Does Website Design Matter?

Published on May 17, 2013 By Brenda Simon

There is a constant stream of advertisements for “create your own website” for free, after 30 days pay only $7.99/month or simple sounding ads like “Design your website in minutes.” It’s sounds so easy and the price sounds unbeatable.  In the early days of the internet this might have been just the tool for many […]

Website Marketing

Published on January 26, 2013 By Brenda Simon

Online Marketing.

Website Design Colors

Published on May 25, 2012 By Brenda Simon

When it comes to designing your website color is the first decision. If you have a logo you have already established a branding, perhaps.  You can still work a new color theme around your logo for a new look. Here a simple easy to understand article on color use for your website.  You may change the […]

Google Instant

Published on December 19, 2010 By Brenda Simon

Keep Your Design Simple