The Web world moves fast, and sometimes it is hard to keep up. The best way of telling whether it’s time for an upgrade, though, is to check out your competitors’ sites—if yours isn’t better, it’s not good enough. Still, there comes a time when it is undeniably time for an upgrade, competition or no. Here are some of the obvious signs of a seriously outdated website.
What would you consider old practices for website design and development?
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I wanted to thank you again for your hard work on developing and launching the 2011 Painting and Decorating Expo website. This was the first Expo PDCA has done on our own in over five years. A good website was essential to the success of the event. Responses to our attendee survey have been very positive. The website was listed as one of the top resources used by attendees when deciding to attend.