To help spur on productive discussions and to make our clients' jobs a little easier, we've put together a list of 13 important web trends for the hospitality industry in 2013.Read More about the 13 Web Trends for Boutique Hotels in 2013 post
A little thought leadership in our moments of reflection.
As hotel websites become increasingly interactive, some guests will accept frustrating online experiences as inevitabilities; growing pains in the evolution of the web. Yet, as users' patience wanes and they spend less time on frustrating sites, it's time we start seeing usability for what it is: a business concern.Read More about the Usability: An Integral Part of the Guest Experience post
Publishing video on your website is now relatively simple. But with all the formatting options available, it can be difficult to choose the platform and video player that perfectly fits your needs.Read More about the Picking the Right Video Format post
Last week, we attended the Hotel Association of Canada conference in Toronto, which conveniently coincided with the Canadian Tourism Marketing Summit and Online-Revealed Canada; a veritable grand-slam of all things hospitality, travel, tourism, and digital.Read More about the What You Missed in Toronto post
If you’re a hotelier, you’ve probably heard the phrase “best practice” bandied around in the context of designing and building a website. Typically it’s nothing more than a buzz phrase in an industry that’s littered with them.Read More about the Key Attributes of an Effective Hotel Website post
Considering the volume of information on the web and an audience that is growing increasingly impatient, your website had better communicate its message quickly and clearly.Read More about the Cut to the Chase post