Phishing scams come in the form of an email, contact form submission, social media message, or even a text. Learn how to recognize them and avoid taking the bait!
ReadyOne is an AbilityOne certified manufacturing company in El Paso, TX. Their diverse staff includes individuals with disabilities, veterans, and veterans with disabilities. They needed a website redesign that was ADA compliant, bilingual, and able to integrate their online store.
Five years ago, Workforce Solutions Borderplex approached us with a design from a local agency that we were able to bring to life. Since then, their agency has undergone many changes. So in 2020, we launched their website redesign!
WordPress website errors and functional issues compiled with unanswered phone calls and emails is very frustrating, and frankly makes us ALL look bad. Once you’ve had enough, give Stanton Street a call.
Balancing COVID-19 mandates have added another level of stress for small businesses. We understand the frustration and the immediate need to keep your business afloat. We’ve gathered some quick and easy marketing tools that can hopefully give you some relief.
Aside from designing and developing applications and websites from scratch, we also work with clients and creative agencies that already have a design in hand.
COVID-19 has hit so quickly and so hard that many small businesses are struggling. We’d like to help with some ideas on what we’ve seen and also recommend services that may be of use.
An intranet is a company’s private network used to share information, news, and resources with their staff. When used properly, it can improve internal communications and increase productivity.
Starting a new business can be exciting but also be extremely stressful – especially when there are costs unaccounted for in the initial budget. Below are some basic budget points and other recommendations to help get you started on your small business website.
When an application is programmed to work on an iPhone and Android it has multi-platform compatibility. When a website is programmed to work on various browsers, it’s called cross-browser compatibility. These are important terms to discuss with your developer, especially when your project needs to perform seamlessly across operating systems and browsers.