With Adobe Flash being phased out we can all say ‘goodbye’ to the constant update reminders, our devices becoming bogged down, and the security issues that plagued it. Once the final nail is placed in Flash’s coffin, it may not all be sunshine and rainbows. There are still many websites dependant upon Flash and there are already some negative effects that website owners will need to be prepared for:
Website design is ever changing. We are constantly seeing new ideas and technology to change the standard for a well designed website. In some cases concepts we’ve seen before are being tried in a slightly different way to great success. The increase in web browsing on mobile devices is changing the approach and making good design more important than ever.
There’s no denying that mobile is the way your customer will connect with your business from this point moving forward. But since it’s still an upcoming tactic, web designs for smartphones and tablets are struggling to make their pages appealing and user friendly.
Blazing Adventures has over 40 years of experience providing outdoor activities in Colorado, they are the most knowledgeable whitewater rafting and outdoor adventure company in Aspen and Snowmass. However, their web design did not convey this reputation or how adventurous this small business actually was. After seeing the renovations that Five did to Blazing Adventures’ sister company website, Incline Ski, it decided that it seriously needed a revamp of its own. We worked with Blue Tent Marketing on this custom website.
Over the last twenty years technology has continued to progress exponentially in usability and functionality, which has created an “always connected” world where people want, or need to be online all of the time. Because of this more and more people have been eager to use the newest gadgets on the market. None of these gadgets have advanced in the past few years like the smartphone and the tablet.
Incline Ski & Board shop, located in Aspen and Snowmass, Colorado, is a local ski and snowboard shop. It provides customers with an easy way to travel without all of their bulky ski and snowboard equipment by providing high quality rental gear at fair prices.
The Inn at Lost Creek and Hotel Madeline, located in Telluride, Colorado, have been highly ranked vacation destinations for people seeking a relaxing escape to “The Rockies.” People from all over the world have traveled to Telluride, CO to experience the amazing skiing conditions, fantastic restaurants, and the welcoming western village.