Today, we’re launching over 400 new template-themes that make publishing a polished, professional, mobile-friendly website as easy as you can possibly imagine. But as we do that, we thought we’d write about templates and why our approach is different -- and better, at least for our
Responsive design gets a lot of airtime but for people who don’t regularly create websites -- which is a lot of people in the political campaign world -- it’s not always clear what it means. So we’re going to give a quick background and explain the basics.
Earlier this year, we began seeing more traffic to our client websites coming from mobile devices. As a result, we began revising our website templates. Today, we we’re happy to launch Blue Utopia’s new web publishing system. Like the previous award-winning system, the new system allows
For a long time, in the early phases of mobile, it was enough if your website displayed okay but required the user to zoom in, for instance, fill out a form or read longer text. In Apirl 2015 though, Google changed the conversation about mobile, making it clear to all
In April 2015 Google announced it was updating its search algorithm to show preference for sites that were mobile-friendly. This announcement brought some real panic and craziness for a while but has since settled a bit. I wrote about the actual impacts of this change here.
We won a 2013 Pollie for best state/statewide website.
In a category where campaigns will spend tens of thousands of dollars on a website, our client's website (No On I-1185) won from a standard template from our click-n-publish website system.