We're proud to announce the relaunch of the official Website of Mikko Kangas, the black-and-white fine art photographer whose Website has put his amazing photography at its center for a half-decade. With the relaunch this Wednesday, the Website (MikkoKangas.com) is ready to be a platform for his stunning natural images well into the future.
An adventurous and intrepid photographer, Mikko Kangas sells large-format prints of his work, featuring natural beauty of painstakingly timed Western landscapes. The goal was to build a modern, clean-looking Website that highlights the images and presents a minimal look, with the option for visitors to view the images and a form for expressing interest in owning a print.
The Internet wasn't always this way. In the last ten years, we've seen the emergence of Facebook and Twitter as two of the most-visited Websites in history. Facebook in particular garners so much Internet traffic -- no surprise considering it has at least 750 million members -- that some are worried that it could swallow the Internet whole, making individual Websites obsolete.
A single Website now has enormous influence on the entire Internet -- but there are 250 million Websites out there, and there is one system that powers 2.8 percent of them -- Joomla! represents 6.8 percent of Websites with known content management systems. This article will take a look at four ways that Joomla! benefits Website owners and the Internet in general.
There are more than 253 million cars and trucks on U.S. roads today, a figure that seems even greater considering that most Americans would have no clue how to build or design such a complex machine. Despite this, we still rely upon them as our default mode of transportation. There's a similarity between Americans' reliance upon cars and trucks and Websites -- it's not important for each person to know what's under the hood of either one, as long as it works and gets a person from A to B.
But, unlike cars, Websites are relatively new to our society, having only been introduced in the last 25 years or so. Not only that, just like cars of the early 20th Century, there have been some huge design updates since the "Model T" of Websites was introduced. Today, there are thousands of ways to build a Website. So how does Anchored Web Solutions build Websites for its clients? This article will take you on a tour of our approach.