The web has changed – a lot – over the past 2-3 years.
- Viewers have learned to scroll. Sites are now long, with big images, and snippets of text.
- Wiz, woosh, whirr. Advanced code and video allow for movement and zing.
- Sites that aren’t responsive make your company looks out of touch.
What does this mean? Well, it’s time for a new website, Jackie.
We know, we know. You just bought a new site and you expected it to last as long as your 2002 Civic. Sorry. At first we tried to stop the internet from changes—we really did. But, when we realized that the state of the entire internet was out of our control, we became more Zen about it.
Impermanence is a principle of harmony.
When we don’t struggle against it,
we are in harmony with reality.
– Pema Chodron
If you’re ready to embrace the reality of a changing web aesthetic and new user patters, we’d be thrilled to help.
Otherwise, we could help you dig a hole to bury your head in for the next decade or so.