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battling bunker mentality in a rocky economy

March 27, 2008 by

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The economy’s trajectory has been far from smooth over these last few months. Shaky confidence in the future is causing many businesses to scale back on marketing budgets, which while it may ease the immediate cash flow concerns of some in management, developing too much of a bunker mentality will make it difficult to bounce […]

do small businesses really need websites?

March 27, 2008 by

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Sometimes we’re asked about the need of a site for some of our smallest clients, especially ones who don’t see e-commerce in their future.  Many of our clients are small businesses owners.  These are some of our favorite web design projects because creating a site for a small business can make a tremendous impact on […]

template vs. custom website design

March 27, 2008 by

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Why use a custom designed website (and pay more) instead of a template for my website design? I get this question pretty frequently – and it’s a valid one. For some, templates are the answer. In the last few years, designers have made great strides creating templates that are more appealing and more functional. Templates […]

Brady and Crew are on the Scene

March 27, 2008 by

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There’s a lot of conversation that goes on in our office. Sometimes it’s heavy with coding and programming speak, other times it’s light and breezy with marketing jabber. Instead of keeping these pearls of wisdom or pondering questions to ourselves, we thought it best to get out there and share with the rest of the […]