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Creating Success Virtually With Chase Design

Posted on: March 31st, 2020 by Aaron Nabus

  The 2020 Coronavirus / COVID 19 pandemic has affected many small businesses. But what if you’re a medical practice or a company like Kara Dodds and Associates that provides pediatric therapy to hundreds of children – some of which have special needs and you have just been told by the state of California to […]

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5 Simple Ways to Make Your WordPress Site More Accessible

Posted on: January 17th, 2020 by Chase Design

The World Wide Web is meant to be a place for the world to meet, share information, and grow together. Accordingly, much attention has been drawn to a conversation around making sure that everyone – truly everyone – can use the internet. “Accessibility” is the term used to describe the ability of a website to […]

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The Intersection of Content and Design

Posted on: May 30th, 2019 by Chase Design

When it comes to designing a website with a synergy between engaging content, beautiful graphics and effective UX, you may find yourself wondering which comes first: content or design. Sure, the way your site looks has a significant impact on how effective you are at grabbing people’s attention when they first arrive on your site. […]

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Web Redesign and Technical SEO Workflow

Posted on: January 13th, 2017 by Chase Design

The process of a web redesign has become a whole different beast since the advent of RWD (responsive web design). In the old days you could slap together some HTML, a simple CSS file and a bit of custom imagery (logo, banners, product photos) and then simply integrate a few forms or a shopping cart. […]

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5 Responsive Themes We Love

Posted on: December 24th, 2016 by Chase Design

Responsive WordPress themes are very popular among web designers these days. This is for two very good reasons.  First, as we know the majority of most sites traffic comes from a little search engine called Google and they have come out with statements that they are using the mobile versions of sites to establish relevance […]

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Responsive Web Design Basics

Posted on: October 27th, 2016 by Chase Design

For years, the design and internet marketing industry said that “this” year would be the year of mobile. Well that year has come and gone and if you are simply using a desktop and mobile version of your site, your visitors aren’t getting the best experience. In order to deliver that, designers have moved towards […]

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