3 Ways Responsive Web Design Can Improve Your SEO

A while back we introduced you, if you were previously unfamiliar, with the concept of responsive web design. We discussed two very different routes that can be taken when it comes to designing for the ever growing mobile/tablet audience.  Option 1 was the responsive/adaptive web design approach, which takes a single website and [aesthetically] pinches and squeezes Read More

CSS Names

Coming up with names for your soon-to-be-born children can be pretty challenging but so can naming your CSS. The main problem stems from each site changing over time. A class name might make sense now but what if the design changes? To help out with this, think of names in three main categories: functional, content-based, Read More

Think You’re Cut Out to be a Project Manager? Take This Quiz!

Directions: Assign points for how well each statement applies to you using the following criteria: Not true: 1 point Partly true: 2 points Mostly true: 3 points 1. I consider myself to be a good communicator. I’m not afraid or shy to ask questions or tell people what I need, even if it means I must Read More

Migrating from Expression Engine to WordPress

Recently, at King, we moved our blog over from an old Expression Engine build (v2) over to a new WordPress install. I figured it would be helpful to share my experiences since a lot of the other articles I read were pretty outdated. First, I’d like to thank Domenico Bettinelli for his article and Travis Read More

King Design Crashes the Neighborhood

Well, we’re all finally settled in at our new location in Fort Washington. Moving from a 2nd floor suite in Jenkintown into a two story house with basement has given us quite a bit of room to cram with Apple products and design inspiration. The grill and outdoor tables let us switch up the day if we start Read More

Stonyfield’s Ingredient Source Map

Recently, we worked with Stonyfield, the world’s leading organic yogurt maker to create a custom illustrated, user-friendly, mobile-friendly interactive map for Stonyfield fans to explore where the ingredients in their delicious yogurt come from. The supplier stories, from California peaches to blueberries harvested in Quebec, are worth digging into. We are so proud to partner Read More

Go forth and COLLABORATE!

Our design/development team is fresh off of an amazing responsive design conference in Providence, RI. and man, are we PUMPED. Artifact Conference ( artifactconf.com ),  self described as a conference “for DESIGNERS who are adapting to the challenge of designing for a MULTI-DEVICE world ” was innovative, inspiring, and above all, informational. A few things Read More

Guac-Ca-Cook Off

How it started Dan: Hey Kipp? Kipp: Yes Dan? Dan: Avacados are 10 for 10 at Acme. Kipp: Nice, I can’t buy them in large quantities because they go bad before I can eat them all. Dan: Ah, yeah, you know whats good when you have lots of avocados? Kipp: What? Dan: Guacamole. Kipp: I Read More