Is it Hurting You or Helping You?

At this point, I am sure you have heard of the term “Website Template.” If you have not, a website template is a prebuilt website using HTML and preloaded photos and content. There are a multitude of templates with various price ranges.  You can find them anywhere from hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars to […]

My Ideas for the Future Dev Office

The Development Office of the future? Here at Nextfly, we have been toying around with the idea of making an office for the development team. Being lead developer here, I have some opinions on how I believe we should plan the office. I think the people who should be in this space should consist of […]

Why A Website Should Never Be a DIY Project

Wooden pallet furniture, glass jar light fixtures and or repurposed shelves on the wall. These are all projects that can be done with little to no money-spending and instead using what is available around the house. In today’s society, there is a growing trend of people taking on this self-sustaining, independent approach to their day-to-day lives. This is mostly for the benefit of saving […]

What is your “Pick Two”?

Two of the most asked questions, when selling a product/service would be: Are we able to save any money & How can we save more on what you have proposed for us? As a business owner or paying customer, there are many areas we are most worried about. Will there be a good return when […]

Google Analytics

How to know your website visitors better. One thing I love most about working at Nextfly is how we have the opportunity to work with a client’s website from the absolute beginning when the client approached us with an “idea”, a new business, or just a simple thought of a rebrand and we turned it […]

Building Your B(r)and on Social Media

Starting a business is hard. Keeping that business running is even harder. The same can be said about a band. As a musician, I have learned that it takes a lot more than just picking up an instrument, finding a few others that play instruments, and composing a song that you (and hopefully everyone else) […]

How is Scuba Diving Similar to Web Design?

Scuba diving training, it is not as easy as it seems! In February of this year, I decided to learn how to scuba dive for my upcoming cruise, in May. Scuba diving lessons consist of 8 weeks of 4 hour classes. These classes consist of 2 hours in a classroom (which I have not been […]

New Years Resolution Update

The first of every new year comes with many new goals and challenges that people usually focus on accomplishing and then, almost immediately, fail at accomplishing in the first month or so. Due to that, I figured I would hold myself accountable by writing my first blog of the year on my resolutions and my […]