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Movable Type and Wordpress tips & tricks, website design and interaction development in Savannah GA.

Google Chrome to Require HTTPS Beginning in October 2017

Posted by Lee Heidel in Search Engine Optimization on Aug 18, 2017 | No Comments

Beginning in October 2017, Google's Chrome web browser will begin flagging any website that includes form fields as "NOT SECURE" if the page is not served via HTTPS. We hope you find the FAQ below helpful in understanding this...

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Restaurant Websites: A Feast for the Eyes

Posted by Ginger in Web Services, Wordpress on Aug 07, 2017 | No Comments

Heideldesign just launched 4 new restaurant websites for Gaslight Group in Savannah. The designs focus on mouth-watering food photography, and offer easy access to info like location, hours and menu to convert web visitors into restaurant patrons.

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Hospital Websites: Modern Design for Modern Health Centers

Posted by Ginger in Public Health, Web Services, Wordpress on Jul 25, 2017 | No Comments

Effingham Health System had a vision for a new website, one that would reflect the modern and professional care provided through its staff and facilities. Spyhop Productions partnered with Heideldesign to bring that vision to life.

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Just Launched: The Skidaway Institute of Oceanography Website

Posted by Ginger in Heideldesign, Savannah, Wordpress on Mar 30, 2017 | No Comments

The Skidaway Institute of Oceanography (SKIO) is a research and training institution nestled along the marshy banks of the Skidaway River outside of Savannah. SKIO is part of the University of Georgia, with state-of-the-art research laboratories and instrumentation, and...

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The Savannah Music Festival Website

Posted by Ginger in Heideldesign, Movable Type, Savannah, Web Services on Mar 16, 2017 | No Comments

At Heideldesign, we're proud of our long-time relationship with the Savannah Music Festival. The festival site's public interface is clean and concise for the front-end user, but the back-end is a complex combination of content and code powered by Wordpress.

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I Know I Should Be Blogging, But I Have Writer's Block!

Posted by Ginger in Blogging on Feb 28, 2017 | No Comments

If you find yourself sitting down to write a post, but instead staring blankly at the pulsing cursor on your screen, here are a few ideas to kick start your blogging session.

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Usability Standards for Health Websites

Posted by Ginger in Public Health on Feb 21, 2017

The Healthy People 2020 initiative has a list of best practices for health websites - how does your health website stack up?

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New Year, New Wordpress

Posted by Lee Heidel in Newsletter, Wordpress on Jan 05, 2017 | No Comments

As we all head back to work, many of you are noticing a new version of Wordpress powering your websites.

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Website Design for Public Agencies

Posted by Ginger in Heideldesign, Public Health, Web Services on Jul 29, 2016

Government agencies face unique challenges when it comes to building a website. We can help unlock your website's potential, because we understand the challenges and opportunities in front of you.

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Empowering Students to Build Websites

Posted by Ginger in Heideldesign on Jun 17, 2016 | No Comments

If you're launching a new project or initiative, having a website is a crucial component of any communication campaign. This is true if you're a big business, or a group of 4th graders in a Costa Rican village. When these students needed a website to help promote a community garden, they asked Heideldesign to help.

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