Blog Crush

 

  • Last Jedi poster

    May the Crush Be with You

    by Michelle McNally | Oct 16, 2017
    Christmas is coming early for some Star Wars fans. BoxCrush clients should be on the lookout for your invitation to our annual celebration of history’s most epic space story.
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  • Internet browser

    Browser Wars: The Least You Need to Know

    by Dan Finney | Feb 01, 2012
    How long ago was your website built and when was the last time it was browser tested? At BoxCrush®, we test our website designs in the two most recent versions of Internet Explorer, FireFox (Mac and PC), Chrome (Google’s web browser) and Safari (the default Mac/iPhone browser).
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  • Colorful graphic image of scout badges

    BoxCrush Visits the Brownie Girl Scouts

    by Michelle McNally | Aug 01, 2011
    Last week I had the pleasure of visiting Brownie Troops #2557 & #2555 at Indianapolis Public School #56. The Brownies were working on their Career Try-It patch, and hosting a career night as its final requirement.
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  • Colorful graphic with computer and search icons

    Search Marketing Specialist at BoxCrush

    by Michelle McNally | Jan 21, 2011
    It takes only a few minutes to set up an AdWords campaign. It takes much longer to create an effective campaign which gets your desired click-through rate (potential customers clicking on the link in your ad), and your ads to display in correspondence with the desired searches.
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  • Typewriter with the word "Proofread"

    How to Proofread Your Website

    by Dan Finney | Sep 16, 2010
    Special characters such as the ampersand, fractions, MS Word-generated "curly" quotes, em-dashes, and others are not read consistently on every computer. That's why designers should replace special characters with coded characters that all computers can interpret correctly. If you see new typos where a special character should be, the coding needs to be updated.
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  • Graphic image of online form

    Overlooking the Form

    by Dan Finney | Sep 16, 2010
    Just like my biases toward an email address, which to me feels more direct, there is a whole audience that feels that having to leave the website and move from the web browser to their email program is a chore. Some users might also be doing research on a guest computer at the library, an internet café on the road, or at a location that does not give them access to their email. In this case, not having a contact form can easily lose a business contact for your company.
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