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Welcome to Division One Web Design. We’re a small team of highly trained and passionate web designers, developers, and SEO specialists based in Edmonton, Alberta. From designing and building websites, to creating custom software and apps, to boosting SEO, we thrive on building custom, measurable strategies that help businesses flourish.
Our services are all about collaboration - whether you’re looking for a new site, intuitive software, search engine rank improvement, or mobile optimization: we offer customized, hands on solutions. Our goal is to craft an online experience that better unites you and your customer through great design.Get in touch with us and learn more about how we can revolutionize your business.
In Apple's September 2016 keynote, set against cathartic, lounge-type instrumentals, Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ives articulately describes iPhone 7's design and materials in his smooth, British accent. Velvety, dark graphics provide visual impact to deliberately-chosen words and phrases, like evolution, unity, singular, and my personal favourite - rotational polishing.
Hacking has become part of the everyday lexicon. Pinterest overflows with life hacks, gardening hacks, home storage solution hacks, and so on. Let's get back to basics, though, and talk about hacking in its traditional form. When it originated in the 15th century, the late Middle English term "hacking" was used to describe the act of using a computer to gain access to another device, file, database, or network.
It makes me feel like an employee at Best Buy when I say this, but the future of gaming is happening right now. It may sound cliche but it's true. The future of gaming all comes down to how you like to experience or avoid reality and to what degree. Playing video games has always been about avoiding reality, whether you wanted to pretend you are a fat plumber in a racoon suit jumping over flying turtles or just wanted to feel what it...
While Shakespeare expressed his doubts centuries ago when he asked "what's in a name?" those of us who operate online in the 21st century know a name's unequivocal value. The power of a domain name is multifold. It's the gateway to your online presence - the virtual gates that open to your business or service.
Social media is becoming a very important part of society. They're services that allow people to share things on a global platform. You can raise awareness about holidays, catastrophes, social issues, injustices, miracle stories, and political situations. Social media is changing the way news is presented, it's changing politics, and it's changing global relations.
NHL, Rogers and Shaw deserve a call for how they treat their clients. As spring continues to heat up, the playoffs begin to heat up as well. We've already started witnessing hockey fans jumping boats to cheer for the future Stanley Cup champions, while committed Oilers fans will skulk off muttering about high hopes for retribution next season.
Web development is very much a collaborative endeavour between client and developer. Where the client has invaluable insight into their own brand, company goals, consumer buying patterns and ethos, the developer, however, has insight into the ways of the web.
As we find ourselves settling into 2016, it's surprising to think that people are still underestimating the importance of a good website. Companies that should be online aren't, and companies with an existing online presence think that merely existing is enough. Both are critical mistakes that could have a profound impact on business success.