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Alison Brunson

Alison Brunson
As Graphic Designer for Spot On, Alison creates visually engaging marketing materials for both print and web. She also assists in the website design process as she is HubSpot Design and Growth-Driven Design certified. Before Spot On, Alison was a graphic designer for EFNEP (Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program) at the University of Georgia. She shares an office with her best friend, a Border Collie named Pickles.

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What is Responsive Design and Why Should You Use It?

Growing up in the 1990s/2000s, I used to watch TV shows where some of the characters had tiny computers they carried around with them. I always thought it was so cool that they could use these devices to talk face-to-face to each other yet be in completely different places! Little did I know that less than a decade later, smartphones–A.K.A. tiny computers that can do much more than just make FaceTime calls–would take the world by storm.

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Everything Marketers Should Know About Web Development

After months of planning, designing, and strategizing your new website, it’s finally ready for development.

Whether working with an internal or external development team, it’s imperative that marketers know about the web development process to ensure it goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible. It’s also important to know how to properly communicate with your developer, since coding and technical terminology can often feel like a foreign language.

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The 5 Key Roles Your Web Design Company Should Have

It’s true what they say: Teamwork makes the dream work. Every company’s success is dependent on its people, whether it’s your own team or an extension of your team, such as a web design company with a multifaceted group of hardworking creatives.

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4 Characteristics of a Great SaaS Website

You've spent a great deal of time honing your product and/or service into something proven, reliable, and helpful. And since your website is your number one software marketing asset, it should be a reflection of your amazing product. Oftentimes your website is the first impression consumers have with your company and product.

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Why Responsive Design Matters

Why does responsive design matter? More importantly, what is responsive design exactly? Responsive design means that a website's viewing and interaction experience is optimized for a wide range of devices. We have transitioned into a time where most people browse their web on a phone, so it's only fitting that we design our websites with those users in mind. Responsive design isn't a trend or a fad; as devices and technology keep changing, the way we think about web design needs to align with that.

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