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If there’s a status quo at FVM, it’s forward momentum. Here’s our take on what’s going on in the industry… and what’s new around the office.

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Cross-browser testing: how to live with Internet Explorer

By Jordy Pickel - October 24, 2014

Cross-browser testing: the solution on how to live with Internet Explorer

Great news for the good online marketers out there

By Karen Murphy - October 14, 2013

Although I’m only halfway through a MarketingProfs University “Search Marketing School” online seminar (5 courses down, 5 to go!), the overall theme is already becoming very clear: with its newest SEO updates, Google is attempting to penalize over-optimized websites, and reward sites that are user-friendly, nicely designed, and stocked with helpful information for customers and […]

Go easy on the eyes

By Russell Falk - October 5, 2013

The other day as I was working on the newly-redesigned Faith In The Future Foundation website, FVM Sr.

Attention all browsers: Testing websites in all conditions

By Jordy Pickel - August 29, 2013

Designers all too often understand the frustration of having so many web browsers.

Using full-bleed photography to make websites pop

By Jordy Pickel - August 29, 2013

This website is filled with full-bleed photography. This type of coding process allows for hi-resolution images to expand or contract to the frame’s width.