Brands that rely heavily on organic placement on user's newsfeeds should buckle up.
As new waves of lawsuits are hitting website operators, a debatable best practice is to publish a web accessibility statement (vs policy). Here Dave shares his opinions on whether to publish a statement vs a policy, and then shares a recent example for Camelback Resort.
The Homestead is a charming and immaculately designed resort along the shores of Lake Michigan. As a new client, we had the opportunity to perform a fairly dramatic redesign that now delivers a more honest and attractive experience to visitors.
Recent ruling further confirms that websites are subject to ADA.. and adds fuel to the fire.
Propeller seeks highly qualified candidates to join our team of rockstars.
We're quite proud to announce the launch of Bear Creek Resort's website. This was a fantastic collaborative project that both teams are quite proud of. Great job all!
Competing against 1200 entries, Propeller earned 4 Horizon Interactive Awards. Most distinctive was its Best In Category win for Lutsen Mountains in the Travel & Tourism Category.
Lutsen Mountains : Gold, Best in Category for Travel & Tourism.
This project in particular makes for a great before and after case study. It is one of the most dramatic that we've ever been involved in.
Main Street Landing : Gold : Advocacy / Non-Profit
Camelback Resort : Silver : Travel & Tourism
Massanutten Resort : Bronze : Travel & Tourism
What's on tap for web designers in 2017? Dave reviews the recent evolution in web design and combine that with his own insights to project the upcoming web design trends for 2017.
News of aggressive ADA legal actions are getting out - as the Wall Street Journal recently reported. While the article focused on the rise in lawsuits, the more tangible threat to businesses is the volume of demand letters have have hit. Learn about what businesses need to know.
You've decided that its time for a new site, or more importantly a new partner. You're not a web developer after all, so how are you to know what you even need? How do you evaluate potential partners? Having responded to hundreds of RFPs over the past 20 years, Dave offers advice to resorts as they enter this process.