Entries by Gabriel Johnson

Flexbox is making the future of the web

Flexbox? Sounds like an 80’s wrestling move, but it’s not. It’s a new way the web will flow together. The history of grids. (not really a history lesson) We have worked with many website grids over the years, and with each one came more power, control, confusion, and scrambled mobile darkness. We have had our powerhouse contributors […]

Increase Your CTR And Other Online Advertising Tips

As online advertising becomes more and more relevant over traditional advertising, we at JAC Creative recognize the importance of a highly effective, high performing online advertising campaign. One that has a big return on investment. Whether you put all your eggs into AdWords, Bing Ads, or some mix of PPC advertising, these tips are good standard […]

Google – A Year in Search 2015

From the landing page of this year’s top Google search results, we are brought back to 2015’s big events. These stats tell a lot: People all over the world love the Oscars; The world searched more times for “The Dress” than the European Migrant Crisis, the Iran Nuclear Deal, and the discover of water on Mars (by the […]

Annual Fezziwig Holiday Party

It’s that time of year again when friends and family get together to celebrate the holidays! We would like to extend our invitation out to all of our clients, family, and friends. Some hors d’ouerves and drinks will be provided, but you can bring along a dish if you would like. Or, more importantly, bring […]

The Simplicity of Web Design

Knowing what a section is in HTML5, setting up the newest version of PHP, and how to properly configure your robot.txt are all great things when it comes to building a website, but you could be overlooking some simple rules of the internet. 3 Simple Rules of Web Design It all really boils down to displaying […]

Brushing Up On Grammar

Nothing is a bigger turn off for me when reading any sort of material than improper grammar. It can make a company lose its credibility faster than the time it takes to hit the back button on a typo-ridden website. It takes a good design and turns it ugly, takes a thoughtful Facebook post and turns it […]

Crain’s Cleveland Article

The article in Crain’s Cleveland about the grant competition was just released. Check it out! http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150712/NEWS/307129967/small-businesses-get-big-help-from-microloans