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Case Study: Critical Hit Design

With Adobe ending the Muse platform, Critical Hit Design needed a new website that was easy to maintain and was true to their unique brand.


All About Image Formats

Jpg. gif, png, eps, svg. There is a right choice and a wrong choice. But it depends on what you're trying to do and what the image looks like.

This crash course in image formats will teach you how image file formats work and how you can optimize you choice for different uses.


Top Ohio Website Design Companies

We are thrilled to be acknowledged for all the hard work we put in for our clients!


Earth Day 2021

Computers, including the ones that make up the Internet, all run on electricity. Where that power comes from matters. Using the Internet responsibly matters too. But not just as a consumer of all things Internet.

The way we build things on the Internet matters too. Here's a look at some of the things that can be done in the physical construction of a website to make it perform better and be more ecofriendly at the same time.


Covid brings resurgence in non-mobile web traffic

About a year ago in February 2020 (the end of the before times) I gave a talk about web design trends. I think a lot of those trends are still true but there is a very interesting piece of data that’s worth mentioning.


Time, Technology, and Robots: 2021

Adobe Flash is officially dead dead.

Robots can dance now and hardly ever fall down stairs.

Actors now make movies in the holodeck.

2021 is already a mind-bending future-world. Buckle up!


New Brand! New Website! New Solutions!

A year in the making, the new Version2 is finally here!

Version2 is still a custom web studio, but now we have a few cool options for small budgets.

It's very exciting!


Case Study: KHI Food Brands

Under new ownership, KHI Food Brands needed a new look quickly.  An elevator Site was the prefect solution! 


Case Study: CJ Dog Trainer

Case study for the creation of a new logo and website for CJ Dog Trainer.


Case Study: Stout and Gallant

The redesign of the Stout and Gallant website was the prototype for the Elevator Site concept.