Web Design News

What's Considered an Old Website?

Before you continue to spend money on an old website, or scrap your seven year old website, it's important to learn about the state of your website. 


Do You Own Your Website Code? A Cautionary Tale

Owning your website code can be a very gray area; some people think they own their site, not realizing they only own their domain name. Read more about a scenario of how a prospective client contacted Unidev with this issue, and our solution for it.


What's the State of My Website?

If it's been some time since you've had any updates to the backend of your site, the first thing you need to understand is the current state of the site. Learn more about how to access your existing website here.


Is a new site more expensive than updating a website?

Is creating a new site more expensive than updating it? The answer depends on the technology used to build your site, the developer working on it, and how much needs updated.


Do I need a website update or a brand-new website?

Are you unsure if you need a website update or a brand-new website? Elements such as speed, security, and code must be considered in making this decision.


How to Perform a Website Checkup

A ten question checklist to help you evaluate your website’s overall health.


When is Having a Website a Strategic Disadvantage?

It takes more than just having a website - an outdated or hard-to-use site can actually hurt your business. Learn why having an updated website is one of the most important parts of having an online presence.


Duplication and Rotation with Adobe Illustrator’s Transform Tool

Adobe Illustrator’s transform function allows designers to scale, duplicate and rotate objects or graphics. As we will illustrate in this blog post, scaling, duplication and rotation provide incredibly robust design functionality.


A Snapshot of Unidev’s Website Launch Process

There’s a lot involved in the website development process, and it can be difficult for clients to know what to ask, especially when they feel out of their element. Learn more about what to expect throughout the website launch process.


Understanding Website Cookie Notices

You might have noticed that most websites now have a disclaimer that pops up mentioning the use of cookies. Unfortunately, that disclaimer isn’t talking about a sweet treat. Learn more about cookies and what they are here.


What is Job Posting Schema?

With job listings so competitive, it’s important to make sure that they’re properly optimized. Search engines are the primary resource candidates use when looking for jobs, so how do you attract applicants to your listings? Learn about job schema and why it's important here.


How to Compress an Image

Did you know that it's important to compress images before uploading them to a website? Learn why compressing images helps with website usability and how to compress an image.


.NET ZIP Code Validation Using Regular Expressions

Web developers often have requirements to build forms on web pages for users to fill out. Many websites request a physical postal address for such purposes as contact information or billing data for eCommerce.


Mobile-Friendly and Responsive Design: A Breakdown

Understand what is a mobile website, what is responsive design, and why is it more important than ever to have a mobile-friendly website to reach all visitors.


Display a Nested List Inside Another Repeater

A simple way to display a list of data is to use an asp:Repeater.