Your Church Website

tcpstudioChurches, Graphic Design, Web Design, Website 101

Can you recall a big yellow book with tons of names and numbers they use to leave on your doorstep many moons ago? It practically doesn’t exist anymore, but its concept still remains. When someone wants to find your contact info and locations, they look you up. Now, instead of a phone book, its online through your website and social … Read More

Website 101: Design

tcpstudioGraphic Design, Partnerships, Sermon Series, TCP Talks, Web Design, Website 101

Thanks for joining us on our blog series “Website 101”!  Today we cover why website design is important and three different take home points to decide whether or not your website is up to par in the design department. Let us jump right in!  There are three beginning points we believe will help make a website have great design and obtain … Read More

Website 101: Graphics Are Key

tcpstudioGraphic Design, Partnerships, Sermon Series, TCP Talks, Web Design, Website 101

Here at TCP, we truly believe that graphics make a website. Think about it. You can have a fantastic set up, gramatically correct and compelling text, but nothing visually stimulating to pull it all together? Its just text on a screen. Graphics complement the text. 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual, and visuals are processed 60,000X faster … Read More

My Website is Down!

tcpstudioTCP Talks, Web Design, Website 101

Have you ever said: “Why does my website sometimes work…and then suddenly not!” You are baffled. There is no other word for it. Yesterday your website was just fine…and now, the contact form is not sending you notifications or there is a picture missing from the homepage. Geez! Honestly, what really could have happened overnight? Well, honestly back, a lot … Read More

Internet Lingo

tcpstudioGraphic Design, Partnerships, Sermon Series, TCP Talks, Web Design, Website 101

I’ll be honest, sometimes when I’m around people and I want to, ya know, keep up with the conversation, I’ll throw around some words that sound “correct” but I honestly have no clue what they mean. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve used “Oh, it could be the catalytic-converter” when around car mechanic-y people. We know the web … Read More