Web Design

A Guide to Website Login Security

We recently discussed how upcoming changes to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox make an SSL certificate for your website even more important. Yet adding this layer of security still isn’t enough to stop hackers from potentially accessing the backend of your website. We’ve seen websites that aren’t very popular, or with any sensitive data to

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Comparing WordPress vs. SquareSpace for Private Practices

The majority of private practice websites are built on WordPress or SquareSpace. WordPress enjoys about 70% of the marketshare for all websites using a content management system (CMS) and SquareSpace’s platform is tailor-made for for creative types and smaller businesses—giving it a bigger presence in the private practice space than other industries. While plenty of

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Website Design for Private Practices: Intro to Fonts & Color Schemes

Private practice websites are not created equal. Two owners in the same field likely possess different design preferences. Business strategies also differ across industries, locales, and a myriad of other factors—all leading to unique content needs. A number of big-picture web design considerations, however, are extremely relevant and valuable for any private practice. The following concepts

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