By PRI TEAM | Design |

What’s Next for Design?

Keeping up with design trends is key to the success of many projects. Here our expert design team shares their predictions for the top five design trends.

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Dany Petraska
By Dany Petraska |
IN Strategy |

6 Reasons to Start Caring About Your Title and Meta Descriptions

1600x600-6-reasons-800x300Title and meta description tags are part of your website’s initial build (or should be), and often no one ever thinks about them again.

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Frank J. Mendelson
By Frank J. Mendelson |
IN Strategy |

Tips for Editing for Yourself and Others

1600x600-editing-800x300There are three major categories to consider when a colleague asks you to review their work: content, organization, and presentation. Although there are many, many subcategories, the following is a roadmap on how you might begin.

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Frank J. Mendelson
By Frank J. Mendelson |
IN Strategy |

Why Work with an Editor?

1600x600-editor-669x272Man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern.

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Chintan Parikh
By Chintan Parikh |
IN Strategy |

The Pros and Cons of Open Source: A Dot-Net Example

1600x600-open-source-800x300Open source software can provide a lower-cost option to incorporating certain features into your website. The costs associated with open source are based on the complexity and quantity of custom programming and coding necessary beyond the basics of the open-source program. Typically, an open-source software program provides a basic shell that programmers worldwide are voluntarily (and continually) coding into a better and better product. From this shell, we can customize the program for each client. One of the best things about an open-source option is its community of support.

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