Looking Serene: Proudly Introducing Avalon Spa & Salon’s Newest Website!

Avalon Spa & Salon has been dedicated to helping clients feel and look beautiful while taking them into the realm of relaxation. We felt it was important to upgrade their website with a more contemporary look that perfectly translated this philosophy. Although it was a long effort that required the work of so many members... read more


Just the Facts: Facebook’s New Plan to Weed Out Fake News and Misinformation

Have you ever wondered which news outlets are currently in the lead when it comes to generating interest and traffic? Would you believe us if we said that it’s social media giant Facebook? The website recently reported that 44% of its American users rely on it for the latest in news and facts going on... read more


Making Your Stomach Growl While Exploring Delia’s Tamales’ New Website!

Imagine sitting at your favorite restaurant, eating an unforgettable meal and soaking in all of its deliciousness. The flavors, ambience and personal connection you have with your favorite place to eat is something that can be hard to translate into a website. At Imagine It Studios, we knew that Delia’s Tamales had placed a big... read more


Knowing the Best Time to Update Your Website

Has it been ages since you updated your business website? Although it can seem like an inconvenience, updating your site can help your business reach a broader clientele, garner credibility and allow you to efficiently utilize social media. But how do you know when it’s time? Below, you’ll learn the importance of updating and when... read more


Producing a Fresher, User-Friendly Website for GR Fresh

The ever-changing online world can be tough to keep up with. People want fresh ideas, stimulating visuals and easy-to-understand information when it comes to web development. Delivering each of these in a unique but effective way is no easy feat. That being said, for a company to compete online, they need a faster, user-friendly website... read more


Nostalgia Bomb: What the Past Tells Us About the Web

This week, we came across a wave of nostalgia after stumbling onto a list of the most popular websites of the past. The selections were vast and included the first incarnations of future standards and even sites of our favorite childhood movies. What made sites popular back in the day and how does it apply... read more


Tool Time: What We Use to Build Your Brand

Digital marketing is built on many tools, one being content. For small businesses setting foot in the digital marketing world, building content may seem daunting, but when putting anything together, you need the right tools. Thankfully, there’s an extensive toolbox of quick and efficient apps and software to use. We keep this in mind when... read more


Trek for Tech: IIS Journeys to SXSW

Dennis Crowley of Foursquare said it best when describing South By Southwest (SXSW) last year, “SXSW is where you go to experience the future for a few days before you go back home to the present.” Each year, a flood of technologists, engineers, developers, entrepreneurs and marketers flock to Austin for SXSW Interactive, the largest... read more


Website Facelift: New Year, New Look

Say goodbye to 2014 and hello to 2015. The New Year is a time for new beginnings, and if your company’s website has been neglected recently, perhaps you should resolve to make it over with a new look. Website technology is always evolving, which means techniques and skills used in the past may very well... read more


Web Design and Conversion Rate Optimization

In the digital world, people do judge a book by its cover. Luckily, you can use this to your advantage when developing your online marketing campaign. Visitors will draw an opinion of your website and company within seconds of viewing the landing page (the first page they will come across). The challenge is to create... read more


Avoid Decline with Design

We’re all about the age old “don’t judge a book by its cover” rule. However, there are a few times when this rule does not apply. If the bread is moldy, don’t eat it. If the outfit looks funny on you, don’t wear it. If the website is ugly, close that tab. The layout and... read more


How much for that site?

This past week I was asked "why does one website cost more than another?  Aren't they all the same?"  I wish there was a simple answer to this one but there really isn't a magic formula.  We are always honest and give our customers the best price for what they're asking. I guess you can... read more


Are you the master of your own domain?

Over the last ten years or so we've helped businesses set up their hosting and we have to ask that all to common question.  "Where is your domain?"  Often I get that look of "HUH?"  and the standard response "Well…I *PAID* someone to register the name for me."  I don't know what happened after that. ... read more