CAPTCHA EXPLAINED: Why must we identify a traffic light when we visit a website? We explain CAPTCHA and Re-CAPTCHA and what it all means.
Websites work best when the tools of design disappear, allowing your message, product or service to be the focus of your visitor’s attention.
Google is sending letters to webmasters who manage non-mobile-friendly websites warning them that their search rankings are about to be demoted. The search engine giant has informed thousands of Google Webmaster Tools account holders that, if they continue to manage websites that fail to offer a user-friendly mobile experience, their pages will not be served […]
It’s certainly not a definitive test, but it was interesting to see that, when I entered the URLs of three DecemberPress-designed websites into freegrader.com, a search engine optimization ranking site, all three sites scored significantly higher than the other most recent URLs entered by random freegrader.com visitors. What does that mean? It means that a […]
A year ago, I thought the “real” web was dead. I believed consumers were flocking to their tablets and apps, abandoning the clumsy web as a quaint and archaic footnote to internet history. I feared consumers would prefer to use a slick app rather than search the gritty internet. Drunkards could solve bar bets with the […]