Campus Map Design for Brevard College, NC

Brevard College | Campus Map Feature

An effective, legible campus map is crucial for any college or university. Students come seeking education and career direction, but before that can happen they need to get acclimated to their new surroundings. So admissions hands them a campus map to provide directions to each and every building and landmark. However, all campus maps are…

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Frey’s Remodeling Goes Live with New Website

Freys Remodeling Website

Frey’s Remodeling of Cary, North Carolina is now showcasing their exceptional services and spectacular portfolio with a new website by Corner Tab Creative. We collaborated with Chris, Scott, and Sydney (Frey’s management) to design and develop a new approach for their online presence. The previous site had gotten a little stale, with data and imagery…

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Logo Designs for Cape Fear Shiner County Park

Cape Fear Shiner County Park Logos | Corner Tab Creative

We had the privilege of designing two logos for Harnett County Parks and Recreation of North Carolina. The logos represent the Cape Fear Shiner – County Park and highlights one of the native fish in the area, the Cape Fear Shiner. The Cape Fear Shiner is a small minnow like fish that is a shiny…

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Google Search Console, Issue Removing Sitemap

Google Search Console | Sitemap Removal Steps

I ran across a strange issue today concerning Google Search Console’s sitemap removal process. As any web developer that dabbles in search engine optimization would know, Google encourages all websites to have a secure connection via a SSL certificate. They even lower your ranking if your site doesn’t have it. On occasion, I still run…

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Website Won’t Finish Loading, Check Google Chrome Status Bar

Website Takes Forever to Load | Google Chrome Status Bar

This week I was doing regular maintenance on a few WordPress websites and happened to notice that one was taking forever to finish loading. What tipped me off was the progress indicators in Mozilla Firefox (the moving dot) and Google Chrome (the spinning circle) kept going and going and going. It was rather annoying, especially…

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