Category Archives: Developer’s Corner

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Google AMP Web Standard and What it Means for Web Designers

Recently, Google released their new web standard called AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages). With this, Google is looking to drastically speed up the load times of mobile web pages, especially when linked to from search results. The standard is a bold implementation and effort to push websites to provide users with results, faster. This blog post…

By Kemp Mullaney 1 Comment

Content Blockers and What They Mean for Web Designers

iOS 9 was released a few weeks ago and iPhone users are flocking to the update (Over 50% adoption rate as of Oct. 6.) One of the most talked about features in this release is the support of content blockers, and this has stirred up a lot of controversy. In this post, I hope to…

By Boot Bullwinkle 3 Comments

4 Reasons Web Designers Should Kill Off Adobe Flash

First, a brief eulogy: Adobe Flash, you brought us many years of Internet animation glory. Born the same year as myself, I grew up using you to play Oregon Trail and watch videos in the back of the computer lab while my teacher was teaching us how to type. I will forever remember the countless…

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How Web Professionals Can Tell a Brand’s Story with Parallax

Storytelling has long been a cornerstone of human communication since the dawn of communication itself. It allows us to share experiences for the purposes of education and entertainment, but more importantly, it allows us to form an emotional connection around a certain idea. This makes storytelling one of the single most effective ways to communicate…

By Boot Bullwinkle 3 Comments

Product Update: Our Responsive Website Builder Learns Some New Moves

Last weekend, we released three new design features that we hope you’ll find just as exciting as we do. We’ve introduced video backgrounds, image slider enhancements and element animations to the DudaOne responsive website builder, so you can make your site even more interactive and engaging.

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Bing Announces Mobile-Friendly Changes to its Search Algorithm

The growing trend towards mobile-friendly website experiences continues to skyrocket as Bing announced that they would begin factoring mobile-friendliness into their mobile search rankings. The second largest search engine that accounts for 20.1 percent of total search queries will now begin increasing search ranking for mobile-friendly websites.

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Everyone Should Now Have a Mobile Mindset

April 21 has now come and gone leaving the world of website SEO changed forever in its wake. Google has now made mobile-friendliness a must for mobile searches and this will require some adjustments by many website owners and web professionals across the globe. And though

By Russ Jeffery 2 Comments

Answers to the 3 Biggest Questions About Google’s Mobile SEO Update

Starting April 21, Google will begin taking mobile-friendliness into account as a factor in search rankings. At this point, you may recall that Google already has been adding labels to sites that are mobile-friendly and warning people about the dangers of adding content to a site that won’t work on a mobile device (think Flash), but…

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Get Ready to be Mobile Friendly – a Duda Webinar

On April 21st, Google will roll out a major update to its search ranking algorithm. Once rolled out, sites that are mobile-friendly will benefit from a higher ranking compared to sites that are not. It’s a pretty big deal. So much so that it’s already been called by some a ‘Mobilegeddon‘ and a ‘Mobilepocalypse’.

By Suzanne Rabicoff 2 Comments

A Marketers Guide to Google’s Mobile SEO Update

You put a lot of effort into improving your clients’ search rankings, so you want to make sure your efforts are preserved after Google’s big mobile SEO update on April 21. The thing is, you are not a web designer, you are a marketer! But you know you need to have a mobile-friendly solution to…