Beginning January 2017, Google Chrome (version 56 and later) began marking pages that collect passwords or credit card details as “Not Secure” unless the pages are served over HTTPS. This creates a degraded user experience for your visitors and could impact your site’s organic search rankings.
Google Site Search to Be Discontinued Important Update From Google That Can Impact Your Website Starting April 1, 2017, Google will be phasing out Google Site Search (GSS). GSS provides site search on public websites for a fee without advertisements and without Google branding. The schedule for the Google phase out is: Registration for new purchase and […]
Vermont Design Works is a proud partner to many organizations though out the state of Vermont who support and improve Vermont’s local food system. We are excited to report that Vermont PBS has featured the work of some of these organizations in their new, six part series that explores Vermont’s food system and gives insight […]
A message from our friends at Renewable Energy Vermont: “Join us to spread the good news about clean energy jobs TODAY. Solar jobs increased 29% last year and Vermont retained our 3rd in nation per capita solar jobs leadership ranking in the 2016 Solar Jobs Census . To celebrate this growth, join Renewable Energy Vermont […]
Software engineer and blogger, Amir Rachum, points out ways to go about debugging your code whilst collaborating that can help to expedite the process and prevent incorrect assumptions from clouding others’ judgement.
In today’s digital world, it’s become more important than ever to have a website that is not only usable, but a delightful experience on all devices including mobile, tablets, desktops, retina, and so forth. It’s been a few years since the original concept of “responsive web design” was coined, and we have seen continual trends […]
In the spirit of the new year, we took a look back at 2016 to appreciate the incredible technical partnerships we’ve fostered with both new clients and those that have been with us for nearly a decade. We look forward to new custom web development projects in the year to come. Get in touch if you’d like to be one of them.
Today is the third annual Computer Science Fair held for University of Vermont Computer Science students. At the fair, students have the opportunity to show projects created individually or in groups that will be judged and awarded cash prizes! Vermont Design Works’ CTO, Ben Glassman, will be in attendance as a judge. He will be […]
Vermont Design Works has released a new platform, the Community Energy Dashboard, for the Energy Action Network that will contribute in important and valuable ways to the state of Vermont’s goal of reaching 90% renewable energy by 2050. The Community Energy Dashboard helps Vermont communities shape their energy futures at the local level with a […]