Posts tagged Traverse City Website Design
Squarespace Training: Getting Started with Squarespace

You've chosen your Squarespace website template. What do you do next? Don't start with the design! Start with the details. It's time to add your business' telephone number, email address, address, hours, time zone, and language. Also, create a custom development link so you look professional to your peers or clients.

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What does your brand stand for: Adding personality and intrigue to your brand

The companion to intentional design is a strong brand voice. This combo platter is served up on a number of mediums: your website, a brochure, even something as small as a business card. In this instance, small is not to be confused with important, because this 3.5 x 2 inch piece of 100# paper is what people will remember you by. To capture—and keep—all eyes on you, your marketing pieces should be wholly reflective of who you are and what you stand for.

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How to Nail Your Website Photography: This One Thing will Set Your Organization Apart from the Rest 

You’ve put a ton of time and resources into building your brand, website, and social media presence. The one thing you may be forgetting is branded photography. 

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Squarespace Training: Using the Image Block

#WisdomIn120 is back for the summer! We hope these short tutorials help our clients (past and future) leverage all the unique features Squarespace has to offer. Today's topic: Conquering the Squarespace Image Block. Add animation, add links, add interest to your site!

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Current 120, a Traverse City Creative Agency, Donates Logo and Website to Local Nonprofit

Traverse City-based website design and development agency, Current 120, donated a logo and website to the local nonprofit organization, Freedom Farm Ministries Grand Traverse, which utilizes permaculture gardening and equine-assisted therapies to benefit women in need of healing.

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Squarespace Training: Using the New Media Library

Ever wanted to reuse your previously uploaded images in Squarespace? Now you can! They've finally implemented a media library! Follow these steps to access your media library.

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Working Remote: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful

When I first moved to Italy a little over two years ago, I had no idea what I would do for work. At that point, I didn’t know Italian, so I knew my prospects here were not great. I was still working for an agency, but my existing role was client-facing, so it was hard to find a solution so far from home base.

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Facebook Posts Everyone Love

Filling your monthly social media schedule can be tough. What do I post? Is it interesting to my audience? Will it garner likes, comments, and shares? These are the age-old questions (if the age is post-2004 when Facebook was invented).

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The New Age of Advertising

Over the last decade, the marketing and advertising landscapes have changed. So should your strategy. Read Traverse City, MI web design agency Current 120’s blog post on the New Age of Advertising.

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Master Automation and Take Over the World

If you haven’t jumped aboard the automation train, you’re missing out! For small businesses, automation is a total lifesaver. Traverse City website designers, Current 120, explain the benefits of automation.

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The Blueprint to Building a Website

Before you (or your agency) begin a new website, you should first determine the structure. In website design, we call this structure the wireframe. The wireframe lays out all of the pages and content that belong on your website.

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