Nature is beauty; it has height, width and depth. Without these your site will appear flat. Content is king, but your site must be eye catching. When you look at this photograph I made of Half Dome in 2010, it is majestic and breathtaking. Half dome has incredible height, thousands of feet of solid rock.
Although the computer screen shows only two dimensions, we strive to create your site or app with all three. To keep them coming back we use content and a call to action, but like Yosemite or the Grand Canyon, it’s that first view that grabs their attention. Your site is a portal into the world of you or your business. What is it you want your friends or clients to see? You want them to be attracted and informed. You want them to keep coming back, whether it’s to purchase your product, find out about new products, or just to inform them.
Content is king, so the words mean a lot. The search engines find you through the text you post on your site, and you can read all about what we used to call Search Engine Optimization or SEO in another post, but remember, even though it may be all about the search for someone to find you, we help you keep them coming back…
It takes all three dimensions to make our world. Photos and graphics have two; height and width. Our goal is to give your web presence all three dimensions, and we do it with words, video, and pictures.
This photo of I took of the Yosemite valley, also in 2010, is an example of a wide angle view of the world. from El Capitan on the left to Half Dome in the distance and the valley floor below it to Bridal Veil falls on the right, the entire width of the valley is breathtaking. This photo taken from the ‘Tunnel View’ is one of the most famous views of the valley. As you drive up Highway 41, called the Wawona road, this viewpoint is at the east end of the Wawona Tunnel.
We create what we call a ‘Vortex’ for your website. By using Social media your presence will take advantage of a bevy of connections that create a whirlwind of traffic. We help you create Facebook pages, Twitter followers, a LinkedIn page, YouTube videos, Instagram pictures and posts as well as a Google + page and we utilize Google Webmaster tools to make sure that you’re found in Google searches.
Sure, the two dimensional world is great, it makes up most of the web. But without depth, the third dimension, the world would not be the same.
Our goal is to give your site depth. This photo of the upper Yosemite valley was taken from Glacier Point and it gives you a rare view of the park. Standing high on a glacier carved cliff, it is a long drive up from the Valley. On a clear day you look across at half dome toward Tania Lake. To the east you can view Nevada Falls and the high sierras toward Mammoth mountain. The distances are vast; that’s depth. It’s hard to get a feel for it in a picture, but we strive to bring depth to your website.
Most of your depth will come from information, but we like to grab your customer, client or fan and keep them coming back. It can’t be done without all three dimensions. Those dimensions and the depth come from the use of other tools. You Tube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn are just a few of the tools we use to create depth.