When should I update my website?
Is Your Website Up-to-Date? Keeping the content on your website up-to-date helps build trust between you and your customers, who rely on your site for useful information about whatever market you are in. Updated information also helps build domain authority. Domain authority, briefly explained, is how much of an authority on a particular subject your […]
Art Prints On A Budget From Artmil
The dream of most artists is to turn their passion for creativity into something they can share with others—and potentially earn some income from as well. But producing high-end art reproductions for sale in fine art galleries is a complicated and expensive process involving many steps and quality assurance checks, most economically done in larger […]
Vector vs. Raster Graphics
Have you ever downloaded a picture from the internet to print out onto paper, only to find that the graphic is all fuzzy and pixelated? You’re not the first, and definitely not the last! This is a real struggle that many of us have faced while printing out documents in the office, or working with […]
Avoiding Chrome’s New “Not Secure” Warning
Back in April of this year, we saw a warning issued by the developers of Google’s Chrome web browser: in an effort to make website visitors more aware of the security on the web, they are implementing an expanded “not secure” tag. Beginning in October 2017, Chrome will show the “Not secure” warning in two […]
What is a Responsive Website?
With the recent news from Google about mobile rendering being a deciding factor in how your website ranks in search results, you may have heard the terms “Mobile Friendly” and/or “Responsive Design” being used. Mobile-Friendly vs. Responsive If you’ve ever been to a website that has an m at the beginning of the URL (such as m.cnn.com), then […]
How long does it take to build a website?
At Artmil, our average web project takes around 4-6 weeks. We’ve built websites in as little as 4 days, and as long as one year.We sometimes get calls from business owners who suddenly realize they need a presence on the web, and they’ll ask us if we can build them something in just a few […]