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Jennevie Tanzon-Corre

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IN THE NEWS: Google Panda 4.1 – The 27th Panda Update

Attention: Digital marketing Philippines providers. Let us not forget that Panda was initially created to penalize low-quality contents from poorly written to thin to duplicate to irrelevant to spammy contents. Put simply, Panda aims to weed out bad contents since they are bad for user experience (UX) and reward strong contents. Here is our take on the recent Panda update…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
October 16, 2014
development-relatedWeb Design

How Important Are Interactive Prototypes

Prototypes are simply the draft versions of your website. The premise is it is much easier to change the website to be redesigned early on in the project than do so later. Prototypes are opportunities to do things right the first time. Thus, prototyping must be regarded as a fundamental part of any web design and development. Before prototyping Even…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
October 13, 2014
development-serviceWeb Design

Every Website’s Need for Speed!

Website speed affects all the metrics that any business owner care about – traffic, engagement, conversions, sales, profits, customer satisfaction, etc. Impatient we are, even Google tested how the users will react when it delays loading time with half a second. And the result? A .4% decrease in searches! Did I hear you say not bad? FYI: Google processes 100…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
October 3, 2014
development-relatedWeb Design

The Importance of Site Maps

Failing to plan is planning to fail. Planning is critical, and the same holds true even for website creation and redesign. The number of complex processes involved in building a professional website makes it all the more essential to plan. One way of planning a highly efficient website is through site mapping. Site maps are a must, and here a…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
September 29, 2014
development-relatedWeb Design

How to Select the Right Suppliers

Undoubtedly, selecting the right suppliers is one of the most daunting tasks website owners may contend with early in the redesign project. Requirements vary greatly, and so are qualifications. The process need not be arduous, however. Here is a simple guide map in selecting the best suppliers for the project especially those suppliers that can contribute in reducing the costs…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
September 29, 2014
development-relatedWeb Design

Is User Research Necessary?

Web designers know the need to design for the users. Unfortunately, some web designers tend to build websites based on something that they would like. There is nothing complete wrong with it as long as it puts the users at the center. It stands to reason that being a professional designer means designing for the target audience, highlighting the importance…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
September 29, 2014
development-relatedWeb Design

Things to Remember in Concept Creation

Superb website designs usually start with a superb design concept. Websites are like puzzles that we are trying to solve. The website concept will give designers and developers the direction when making design decisions. How design concepts are formulated? What questions should be asked before formulating one? How such concept becomes a roadmap for the design? These are the questions…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
September 29, 2014