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4 Things Web Agencies Should Know Before Starting a Large Website Project

In the fall of 2018 we launched a new website for Granicus, a Minnesota-based organization that helps more than 4,000 government agencies modernize their online services and communication. Granicus is a big company, with five offices – including one in the UK. There are over 185 million citizens on their subscriber network and more than 5…


Slow Website? Google Search Console Will Now Let You Know Why

When I come across a slow-loading website, I immediately do two things – actually three. I first throw shade (can I say that?) at our ISP, as they are so easy to blame. Then I load any other webpage, and when I see that it loads just fine, I refresh the unresponsive load page. It’s…


We’ve Moved – A New Marketing Agency is Coming to Fort Mill, SC

UPDATE: November 2018 We’re in! We moved into the our new Fort Mill office space April. After a few months, we’ve finally had some time to get settled (and add a bit of our style). So come by and say hello, enjoy a cup of coffee and a game of foosball! Peaktwo Homepage   February…


How Badly Do We Need the Leads?

My father had a point. The issue in question:  the headline on our freshly launched website. The phone call went something like this: ME: Dad, did you see the new Peaktwo site? DAD: I did. ME: Well what do you think? I told you we did more than just “work with computers”. DAD: It’s… [PAUSE]…


Peaktwo’s New Website Nominated on Awwwards

You know we aren’t ones for awards, but what about Awwwards? The very prestigious design review website Awwwards has approved the new Peaktwo website as a nominee. Our site is now featured on the Awwwards website and voting is open to everyone. The site will be judged on Design, Usability, Creativity & Content. If you are…


How To Create a Website Icon For Apple’s MacBook Touch Bar

We’ve been using our 2016 Apple MacBook Pros with the Touch Bar for almost 10 months now. Sure, the emoticon happy face stares hopefully at us, and suggested text occurs unnoticed, but Touch Bar adoption rates are increasing. Our most used features: volume/mute, brightness, undo (Photoshop) and Apple Pay. Siri? No thanks. But the feature…