Dance Studio Design Blog
Jan
16
2013
When you start thinking about hiring a company like ours to design a website for you, you will likely be most concerned with the aesthetics and content of your site. You want it to look great, reflect your unique position in the market, and provide engaging content that pleases your audience (i.e. your potential customers). Chances are, the appearance and functionality of your Navigation Bar are probably resting somewhere against the back wall of your brain. We’re here to tell you that a well-designed and effectively used navigation bar can be one of the most important – if not the most glamorous – aspects of a great dance studio web design. read more
Jan
11
2013
Using social media for your dance studio is a must, because it helps Google find you, and many of your students are using it too! Find out why Google+ is one of the most important social tools. read more
Jan
07
2013
Written by Lori Shecter
Are you wondering how you will figure out what kind of content should go on your dance studio website? Ah, that is the question. Ok, so there are some really easy ways to figure out what you want to feature on your website. After many years designing dance studio websites, we have identified the best practices to help studios make their sites easy to navigate and to appeal to adults and children who are searching for a dance school. read more
Nov
08
2012
Written by Bill Nunn
Asking whether design or user experience is more important than search engine marketing is a bit like asking if you'd prefer to have the first key you find - or the one that opens the door. The answer is not simple because the two goals of SEO and optimized design for the user are equally key, but accomplish different goals. Unfortunately, those different goals often come in direct conflict with one another. read more
Oct
15
2012
Ever since the bygone days of the Wild West, folks have always wanted to check out the newcomer in town and hear all the latest gossip before they got better acquainted. These days Pinterest, the fastest drawing social media network in history, has everyone eyeing it with curiosity and just a little trepidation. They wonder if it will settle down - or become another in a long line of drifters who pass through town. Before you take the trouble to get acquainted with this newcomer, allow me to share some insider tips about how to make the most of your Pinterest experience. read more
Jun
18
2012
Written by Lori Shecter
Oh, I know we are supposed to do it: Post, Like, Locate, Tweet, Twit, Hoot, Toot, Text, dy Mark, Blink List (no, I never heard about that either), and actually, at last count, there were over 360 Book Mark and share widgets to get my message out to all possible buyers, sellers, purveyors and commenters (**Add to Wikipedia-- those who comment on blogs, which is different than a commentator -- those who actually have something knowledgeable to say about a subject) of whatever wares or sustenance I may be wanting to sell. read more
May
21
2012
Written by Lori Shecter
..., or Does Your Designer Choose You? The most important thing that my first client taught me is that there is a difference between a graphic designer and a conceptual designer. read more