Archive for March, 2012


Web Design – Beyond Kleen of Texarkana

Posted on: March 23rd, 2012 by Christa

We are excited to be working with Beyond Kleen carpet cleaning service of Texarkana, which will be open for business May 1st.


March Mobile Madness

Posted on: March 6th, 2012 by Christa

xidisk march madness mobile landing page e1331058643993 March Mobile Madness

In celebration of the month of March we are including a free “mobile friendly” landing page for all new web design projects for the entire month.

Over the last few years, mobile web usage has skyrocketed!  We will build a web friendly version of your front page where users can quickly identify your branding, top products or services, location and contact information.

Did you know that if your website’s front page contains flash to display any type of information, users with smart phones will not be able to read it?  These devices are limited to very basic web technologies that typically exclude Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get a free mobile landing page (ex:  Give us a call or request a free quote to find out more information.


Dierksen Memorial Web Design Project

Posted on: March 5th, 2012 by Christa

dierksen logo transparent small Dierksen Memorial Web Design Project

Dierksen Memorial Hospice has chosen Xidisk to redesign their corporate website.  We are excited to be working with them on this project and will be providing a fresh, easy to navigate web presence.  The new site will offer a full featured content management system coupled with a custom web design branded with the Dierksen green and pink.


American Heart Association – Texarkana Heart Ball 2012

Posted on: March 1st, 2012 by Christa

american heart association texarkana heart ball 2012 American Heart Association – Texarkana Heart Ball 2012

We continue to support the American Heart Association and will be attending this year’s Texarkana Heart Ball on March 3rd.  The Heart Ball celebrates the giving that fuels AHA research and programs designed to prevent heart disease before it starts, and to help survivors thrive.  Countless Americans owe their lives to AHA-funded research breakthroughs and the AHA’s guidelines, training, advocacy and programs.