Category: Website Design

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Free Social Media Icon Set

Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and other social media icons As the Multimedia and Website Director at Ravenshoe Group I’m always looking for Social Media Icons to use in my concept designs. I would like to thank those of you that have already posted Social Media Icon Sets. I have designed a...

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How Much Should Website Design, Development, and Hosting Cost?

You’ve all seen the ads about saving money with DIY websites, but this is like trying to be your own plumber or electrician. If you have no idea what you’re doing it’s going to take you a lot more time, and chances are the finished product won’t be as great...

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Latest Work: Lifesavers TA Website – Before and After

Client: Lifesavers Training Academy Website: www.lifesaversTA.com The goal for Lifesavers Training Academy was to direct visitors to their First Aid, CPR and AED Course selections page, then have them contact Lifesavers for course information or a quote. As well as highlighting their Affiliations and Testimonials to show quality and dedication...

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Latest Work: ML Contracting Website and Landscaping Blog

Last week, ML Contracting Corporate Website and Block Talk Landscaping Blog launched. ML Contracting is a Custom Website Design with a Custom WordPress Blog. The goal for the ML Contracting Website was to highlight their quality of work. Using dynamic full screen images, large thumbnails/ images in their sample work...

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Custom Bullets Using CSS Tutorial

Custom bullets using css are a unique and subtle way to improve your website design. Not only are they a perfect way to add some colour to break up heavily worded pages, they’re also a great way to show your clients you care about even the smallest of details. Today...

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Custom fonts using @font face CSS method

In the recent weeks I’ve been playing around with @font face CSS method more, and I’m happy to say the future of website design is looking up. We will no longer be limited to just a handful of web friendly fonts. With cross-browser compatibility the @font face CSS has made...

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