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Joshua Adams
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Joshua Adams is the "Head Honcho" at Rock Paper Simple, a web design and development agency.
Joshua Adams is the "Head Honcho" at Rock Paper Simple, a web design and development agency.

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Check out my latest blog post about how customer and client experiences sell for you!
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So we got to thinking and decided we needed to infuse more fun in all of your lives! Okay, fine… we decided we wanted to have more fun and figured we’d just invite you along for the ride. So, starting in September, we will be having monthly Rock Paper Simple Hangout days where we go and do something fun on a Friday evening and invite our friends, clients and colleagues along.
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Wahooo! The team won a shiny Addy Award this season! We were awarded a Silver Addy this year for our work with Global Xchange' website. Russ Wood and Chris Jones were really the key guys on this one and I give them kudas for doing such a wonderful job. I also have to thank the client for being so darn awesome, because without great clients we can't do great work.
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We'll be there! Ya'll should sponsor our team!
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Did you see this?
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This one doesn’t really have anything to do with your actual website at all… but it is just as important as all the others, because if you have no strategy to drive traffic to your website, there really is no point in having it!

This is one of those questions we ask our clients. “How will people be coming to your website?” This really should be determined before even building your website, as it can greatly affect how it should be laid out.
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We run across improperly coded sites every single day and having that developer in me, I want to fix ALL of them! Sadly, I can’t just hack in and fix all the errors I see, so I’ll just have to be satisfied with making sure our clients have error-free websites!

Websites with coding errors are like sick websites. Something just isn’t right and until it is righted, it’s just not going to work properly. Symptoms may include the obvious broken page elements and layout, slow load times, lack of search-ability, browser incompatibilities and more (if your computer starts literally sneezing… run, because it is definitely NOT supposed to do that).
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As smartphones and tablets become a major part of how visitors browse the web, it becomes increasingly important to ensure your website comes up properly on any device.

Ever tried to pull up a website on your phone, only to find it was pretty much impossible to navigate, buttons were too small to tap, phone numbers didn’t call when you tapped them, and you had to zoom out and in to see anything? Maybe you’ve seen whole sections missing where Flash elements failed to display on your iPhone or iPad?
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