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Improve Your Web Design to Improve Your Mobile Outreach

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Did you know that the first webcam was used in Cambridge University’s computer lab? They used it to keep an eye on a coffee maker so that no one had to make unnecessary trips to the pot. While this was no doubt revolutionary back then, our reliance on technology has diversified and grown since then. […]

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Does Your Website Load Fast Enough? Four Aspects of Great Web Design

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Imagine you find a deal for the tastiest watermelons in the city. But when you arrive at the store, there are cobwebs over the door, and the aisles are so narrow it is hard to get your cart through. Many people would just go to the grocery store across the street. Bad website design is […]

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Who is behind those wheels..

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

  When he is not in the concrete jungle during the hot summer seeking the next idea for their web design client, he is probably getting some breeze with his CB360 in downtown South Norwalk CT. Being born from a family of designers, Skygate Media’s creative director returned to his interests in design, after pursuing […]

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Rise Above the Pack with State of the Art Website Design

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

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Save Time and Money with Professional Web Design Services

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

In 2013, nobody would ever consider going into business without putting up a state of the art website. Given the fact that over 80 percent of Americans have access to internet services, the first place millions of people turn to inquire about, or purchase, products and services is the internet. While this may seem like […]

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Breaking the Web Design Mold

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Web design is not just about making your website look better. It is about making your website work harder. It is about telling your clients who you are, what you stand for, and what you can do for them. No two businesses are alike, and so no two websites should be alike. Custom website design […]

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Finding Business Opportunites On Line (not Online)

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Recently our Creative Director, Jesse Case, and I were on line at an airport heading to a client meeting for a new web design project. It was not a particularly fast-moving line, ok, it was practically moving backwards and people were starting to get antsy.  One gentleman was very concerned about missing his flight and […]

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Seeking a Web Development QA for our CT Office

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Our CT office is currently looking for a Web Development QA.  A large percentage of the applicants thus far are nowhere near our area and it’s becoming clear that the work culture of developers has shifted to a majority of people who work remotely or “teleworking.”  For our firm, having the face to face contact […]

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Face to Face With the Discovery Process

Thursday, May 16th, 2013

The above photo was sent to me by Creative Director, Jesse Case, who hopped on a plane with one of our project managers to visit a new client.  While it certainly didn’t hurt that they were very close to the number one beach in the country, the real benefit was meeting our new client face […]

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Welcome Jim, Our New SEO Strategist

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Our team is growing and we’re pleased to welcome Jim, (or “Jimmy” depending on our mood), who is quite the ninja when it comes to SEO strategy.  I sat with him to learn a bit about how he entered this crazy world of web and how he spends his time when he’s not behind a […]

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