by Steffani Bolhofner | September 14th, 2017
Web design and web development are inseparable, essential pieces of your web presence. When it comes to technical definitions, web design and web development are different. But because both play a part in how your website looks and functions, it can be hard to distinguish the two.
by Steffani Bolhofner | August 31st, 2017
Have you ever taken precautions for browser updates? Probably not. But your users still expect your site to work perfectly.
by Steffani Bolhofner | August 17th, 2017
For a while now, the lack of PWA acceptance by Apple has caused frustration in the development community. While Google has pioneered the use of service workers to support: offline capabilities, the add to homescreen feature, and push notifications, Apple has made no indication that they will support this technology. Until now.
by Steffani Bolhofner | August 3rd, 2017
Having your site only available on desktop is no longer an option. Think of how often you search, research, and view sites on your mobile device – even when a desktop machine is present. Your customers do the same thing. If your company site isn’t optimized for mobile, you’re missing out on a lot of […]
by Steffani Bolhofner | May 19th, 2017
Writing for the web can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Read our four steps to writing for the web before tackling your next page or site update.
by Charlie Scala | May 3rd, 2017
Responsive Web Design There’s a problem with the way that most people are building websites today. It’s a problem that actually stemmed from an early 2000’s web design solution that really began to gain acceptance around 2012 and 2013….responsive web design.
by Merrily Chopp | November 30th, 2016
When should you test your website? A stock answer might be, “During the Quality Assurance phase of a redesign.” And that is a good time to test things. But there’s a deeper answer to the question of website testing.
by Merrily Chopp | October 26th, 2016
On Friday, October 21, 2016, some of the world’s most popular websites and many many others became inaccessible. The cause of this outage was a DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack on Dyn, a provider of DNS services. In this post, I’ll explain what that last sentence means. I’ll also share senior PINT staff’s answers […]
by Merrily Chopp | October 18th, 2016
Designing the your first life science website for your company? Redesigning your site for the umpteenth time? Whether your site is new or old, here are six things you should consider for your company’s public face on the web.
by Charlie Scala | October 10th, 2016
Change is in the air, and it’s a good thing. The Internet is getting better. Recent standards upgrades by Google and browsers are making the web a more secure and faster performing place to be. But which updates really matter? Here’s what you need to know for your website.