Category archive for ‘Uncategorized’

  • Tip Tuesday: Why Your Designer and Developer May Be One-and-the-Same

    Today’s websites are very different from websites created 10 years ago. As the webs becomes more crowded and competitive, creativity is becoming just as important to conversions as functionality and user experience are. As digital trends change and morph into emerging strategies, so too do the businesses at the forefront of those trends. Business and design trends are both governed by a measure of Darwinism. The things we design enter into a feedback loop where efficiency and effectiveness decide what stays and what goes. What works, stays, and what doesn’t will be replaced with something better, until that too is…

    Adam Weaver - May 02, 2017

  • Commexis Tip Tuesday: Getting Started with Facebook Live

    Facebook Live was released earlier this year and has taken off quickly. According to a study done by Global Web Index, 20 percent of Facebook users are watching Facebook Live Videos. You may be asking yourself who would want to watch live content produced by a business? Well, according to a survey also conducted by Global Web Index 26 percent of people are interested in watching live-streams conducted by brands and companies. Considering that Facebook has in excess of 1.79 billion (yes, that’s a “B”) active users. If even a fraction of those accounts were to watch your live content,…

    Rebekah Milsted - December 20, 2016

  • How a Consumer Buys a New Car in 2016: A User Journey

    The process of buying a car has changed dramatically in the past decade. Ten years ago, it used to involve several weeks of visits to dealerships and test driving multiple cars. According to CRM magazine, however, consumers visit less than two dealerships before making a final purchase. A decade ago, they would have visited at least four dealerships. The user journey has been condensed and consumers are using different pathways to their new vehicle purchase. Take a look at how a customer buys a new car from beginning-to-end. Today’s path-to-purchase may surprise even the most seasoned auto sales professional. Today’s…

    Phillip Brooks - October 21, 2016

  • My Website Is Not Mobile and I Need To Do Something

    I am not here to tell you that mobile traffic has now surpassed desktop/laptop traffic, you know that already. I am also not here to tell you that over 50% of mobile users start a search for a law firm or professional services company on a mobile search engine, you know this too. However, what I am trying to tell you is that if you have rankings that are driving traffic to your non mobile site on the desktop, you are no longer seeing traffic from the mobile visitor. Sure, your brand is still ranking, to a point, but the…

    Commexis Staff - October 20, 2015

  • The History and Evolution of The Mobile Web

    The remarkable advancements in the computing power of mobile devices, over the past decade, have had profound influence in the field of web development. At first, ordinary mobile phones were limited devices – mostly being good for just making calls and receiving brief text messages. Today, however, smartphones and tablets have more computing power than the first multi-room mainframe systems did more than fifty years ago. Let’s take a quick look at how the mobile web has evolved and why it has had such a significant impact. In the mid 00’s, the first devices that offered some type of mobile wireless internet access were…

    Commexis Staff - June 11, 2015