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Denver Startup Week's Opening Party

September 14 2016

9/13/2016 9news.com Article

DENVER - Denver Startup Week is said to be one of the biggest events of its kind in North America. The week of events began Monday with a bustling kickoff party at Denver Union Station. Ben Deda, co-founder of Denver Startup Week, says this week is about serendipity. “I think what it’s more about is serendipity. It’s the idea that if you put enough awesome people in the same room and just make them mingle with each other, incredible things happen,”...

Transparency: Why It Could Be Important in Web Design

September 6 2016

Building brand identity and reputation takes a lot of marketing work, particularly about convincing customers that a business is worth their time. It’s not a big part of our work at Denver Data, but we can’t deny its importance, not to mention that visitors judge our clients based on what they see. What we create has to reflect the company, and we strive to make this happen with every client.

More often than not, web design is about aesthetics, responsiveness, and accessibility....

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Coming Soon to TAXI: North Metro (N) Line

August 29 2016

The North Metro Rail Line is an 18.5-mile electric commuter rail line that will run from Denver Union Station through Commerce City, Thornton and Northglenn to Highway 7 in North Adams County. The construction will run past the TAXI development, with the nearest station being at the National Western Center at 48th & Brighton Boulevard. When complete, the N Line will have a total of eight stations, to include: 48th & Brighton•National Western Center Commerce City•72nd Original...

Modern Web Design Trends and Increased Conversion

August 18 2016

Launching a new website can be quite the challenge, but there are things you can do to get the ball rolling—like looking into some of the latest trends. The finished product may look like that one website, but that doesn’t mean yours won’t establish its own identity. Denver Data’s web designers and developers work hard for your site to be its own—one that is unique and doesn’t share too many properties with another website.

Nevertheless, it’s good to have accessible features, AKA...

Why Pictures Are Worth a Thousand Tanking Websites

August 18 2016

Launching a new website is always an exciting time for any company. It’s a rebranding effort that should give a business a new lease on their digital life. No way to go but up, right? Not if you don’t plan for SEO implications it doesn’t.

There are countless examples of a website’s traffic tanking hard as soon as the new site goes live. There can be a hundred different reasons for this to happen – from discarding substantial content to improper redirects from older URLs. But, we’ll...

Brutalist Web Design: Skewed Minimalism That Aims for Good Aesthetics

August 18 2016

Minimalism has long been the critics’ choice of style when it comes to creating beautiful websites. If a web developer is able to use an overwhelming amount of white space—literally empty parts of a page—to make a website more pleasing, then minimalism worked its magic. Don’t get us wrong, minimalistic websites are fantastic and the style isn’t out of fashion yet. There’s just something on the horizon that seriously skewers the idea of minimalism, and turns it into something else.

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Why Web Design Should Be a Combination of Form and Function

May 18 2016

For most people, how a website looks is all that matters. Typical visitors see only the aesthetics and don’t usually comment on how it navigates. If it’s bad, however, then you’re sure to get a couple of complaints in your mailbox. By then, you already lost a couple of potential customers. If you think this is finicky, then you don’t know the world of websites.

Your output is what matters in web design. In the end, you still get to decide how your site will look, feel and function....

We're Hiring! Executive Assistant

April 19 2016

Executive Assistant

Denverdata Web is looking for a part-time executive assistant with potential for full-time employment. Come work in dynamic office that is growing and very busy. There is a lot to do, and we are looking for the right fit to do it. If you are a people person, enjoy working on a team, have a strong attention to detail, are good at project management, and love to check tasks off your list, this is the job for you!

You will be responsible for supplementing...

What Exactly is a Responsive Website?

March 25 2016

A website, from a user’s perspective, is a simple thing. There are clickable links, ads, and portals. It’s second nature to use websites now, because Internet connection is abundant and ways of accessing it is endless. This situation, however, doesn’t show what happens behind it all.

As a business owner, websites only increase in importance, whether you consider it crucial or not. The more time passes without having a website, another enterprise is filling that hole and getting big...

Website Development: Going Beyond Simple Aesthetics

March 25 2016

In today’s increasingly technologically dependent world, a website is mandatory if you want to set a foothold on the vast landscape of the Internet. For business owners, it’s your face on the web, allowing you to easily promote your business and communicate with your target audience.

For many, the main goal when it comes to creating a website is to build one that’s attractive to your customers. After all, appearances matter the most, right? There’s truth in this statement, but...