Einstein's Eyes is proud to announce that the new site for Paul Morgan & People is now live. Paul and his team do amazing photography and video for J.C. Penney, among others. Their expertise is summed up in their mantra, Think Design Shoot Produce. Paul Morgan can handle entire projects from location scouting to digital asset management. Visit their site at www.paulmorganphotography.com and be prepared to be dazzled.
If you want that Mad Men look for your home or office, look no further than 20cdesign. Located on Riverfront Drive in the Dallas Design District, 20cdesign carries authentic, mint condition mid-century modern furniture and accessories. They've been written up in publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Decor and the Dallas Morning News. 20cdesign was voted Best Vintage/Antique Furniture Shop in the Best of 2011 edition of D Magazine. Visit 20cdesign online at the new site Einstein's Eyes built for them at www.20cdesign.com.
As long time Dallasites know, Mountain Hideout has been the premier store for outdoor equipment and apparel in this area. Started in 1975, their store at 5643 West Lovers Lane is a must-visit for both novice and experienced outdoor enthusiasts. One thing has been missing in recent years, however - a shopping website. That has now been rectified, thanks to some help from Einstein's Eyes. Their first-ever ECommerce site is now online at www.mountainhideout.com. Check it out and get back to nature!
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Top 5 mistakesnew businesses make on the web by Craig Premo Einstein's Eyes loves to help new businesses succeed on the web. This makes sense, since our company was built by an entrepreneur. One benefit of being in business for 12 years is that we've seen a lot of businesses use the web, and can share best practices with our clients as a value-added service. Listed below are 5 mistakes that we've seen businesses make when they decide to launch a new site. These apply to existing businesses that are redesigning their site as well as to start-ups.