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Naomi Dhillon is an Account Executive at Stanton Street, an El Paso, Texas area website development company. Contact Naomi Dhillon at (915) 351-8440.
Kalaeloa Website Design & Development

Kalaeloa Website Design & Development

From 1942 through 1999, Kalaeloa was the center of the largest naval air station in the Pacific. Decades after its closure, abandoned buildings remained presenting safety and health risks to the area. The State of Hawai`i began a master plan to spur growth and encourage families to live, work and play in the area once more. With the investments of Hunt Companies and several local businesses, they are beginning to see a return to this once thriving community. With the…

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El Paso Pediatric Associates Design Coordination & Website Development

El Paso Pediatric Associates Design Coordination & Website Development

El Paso Pediatric Associates provides healthcare services for children from newborns to young adults. They have two locations in El Paso, TX and wanted to streamline their information to better serve their patients. We worked closely with the client and a freelance designer to make sure every element of the website could be executed to fit web standards for responsiveness, user experience, and speed. The result is a vibrant, user-friendly website that provides parents with a quick click to view critical information…

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WestStar Tower at Hunt Plaza Website Design & Development

WestStar Tower at Hunt Plaza Website Design & Development

It’s official! The WestStar Tower at Hunt Plaza will be the first tower built in El Paso for more than 40 years and we’re proud to share in the excitement with a launch of their website. The WestStar Tower is an 18-story state-of-the-art building with parking, retail, dining and office space located at 601 N. Mesa.  Upon receiving the renderings, the website’s design was clear: “We wanted to design something that was a fresh and as modern as their concept…

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Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Website Design & Development

Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Website Design & Development

Ysleta del Sur Pueblo is a federally recognized Native American tribe near El Paso, TX. They needed an updated website that would celebrate their culture, connect with the community and provide jump off points for their enterprises. This meant building a user experience that is beneficial for various audiences on any desktop or device. The home page opens with a video loop that reflects the history, pride and landscapes that encompass the Tigua way of life. The main navigation guides…

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Is your website ADA compliant?

Is your website ADA compliant?

The Americans with Disabilities Act was instituted in 1990 – long before the Internet was a thing. At that time public locations were required to provide “full and equal enjoyment of goods, services, privileges, advantages or accommodations” for people with disabilities. The law was amended in 2010 to include electronic technology and information technology. Since then the Internet has grown into the behemoth we know today and many high-profile companies have been taken to court due to their online presence…

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Do I need a mobile app for my business?

Do I need a mobile app for my business?

We’ve heard it several times – a business owner calls asking for a mobile app when they really don’t need one. We’re all for programming something fabulous, but we also like to give our current and potential clients good advice when they are considering an addition to their online presence. Most companies already have websites or even a Facebook page which suits their purpose. If they have a responsive website, then even better! Responsive sites are searchable via the Internet…

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How will Facebook’s News Feed Affect Businesses?

How will Facebook’s News Feed Affect Businesses?

Facebook will be changing their News Feed to show more status updates from friends and family rather than brands and news organizations. Brand and News pages will have to work harder to create original, engaging content that promotes discussions and interaction. If you’ve been in the loop re: recent events, you know that Facebook has been synonymous with the terms “fake news” and “Russian hackers.” The controversy has led up to this announcement yesterday: This update will prominently feature content…

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Visual Marketing with Digital Signage

Visual Marketing with Digital Signage

As marketers, we’ve known for quite a while that visual content provides the best results. We’ve stacked our websites high with custom photography. Our social media campaigns have eye-catching images and video in check. #TBH, the online media is pure fire… but is there something missing? For most brick-and-mortar shops, there is another opportunity through digital signage. These screens can capture the attention of customers, clients or patients in a lobby or other waiting area. Digital Signage can also relay important human…

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Tony Casas Promoted to Partner at Stanton Street

Tony Casas Promoted to Partner at Stanton Street

We’re proud to announce that our Director of Design & Development, Tony Casas, has been promoted to Partner at Stanton Street effective January 1, 2018. Tony brings several years of web design and development experience, strong leadership skills and an all-around optimism to the position. Tony joined Stanton Street in 2008 as a Web Designer and has acquired various skills such as programming, UX, account management, and human resource management. Currently, Tony is a sustaining member of AIGA and Progress 321….

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Google’s Quest for a More Secure Web

Google’s Quest for a More Secure Web

Last year, Google Chrome started labeling sites without an HTTPS as non-secure. This mostly affected sites that gathered personal data such as credit cards and social security numbers: Google is now upping the ante and pushing for sites with any type of form to enable HTTPS by October of this year. This means if your site has a simple contact form or even a basic site search, you will need to upgrade to a secure site if you don’t want…

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