As long as I’ve been creating web experiences, I’ve heard people use the “building a house” analogy.
New web design trends are always emerging and being adopted by web designers, making web design an ever-evolving discipline.
Strong content design is about much more than applying your brand identity or basic design principles.
According to statistics from DataProt, about 122.3 billion email spam messages are sent daily.
In the simplest terms, a domain name is your web address, but you can also think of it as the main entrance to your online space.
A Captain Planet Metaphor for the 5 Components of WordPress WorkPress is an open-source, dynamic, content management system (CMS powering over one third of the world’s websites.
Even on their best days, humans struggle with change. So do businesses.
Congratulations on starting your WordPress site! Figuring out how to build your website and what features to include can be overwhelming.
NFTs are making huge waves around the world and have gone from virtually unknown to the cultural cache of appearing on the New York Times Sunday edition front page and featuring on a South Park in just 1 years time.
Although 2021 was a flop for some, it has been a solid year for creatives who could treat pandemic year two like a sabatical, finding their flow from their kitchen table / home office.
The holidays are finally here and while most people will be filling the coming weeks with goodwill and cheer, there’s a subset of society that will be doing exactly the opposite – cybercriminals.
In almost everything in life, communication is king. When it comes to agency/client projects and relationships, that communication takes the form of the Project Manager.
Whether you’re troubleshooting a bug, adding new functionality, or trying to improve how well a website performs, you might be inclined to add something to it.
Helping your client find the right web hosting plan for their site is critical. The choice they make can impact things like loading speeds, security, and uptime – all of which affect the user experience.
I’m a big fan of data. I think that, second to maybe only social proof, it’s one of the most powerful weapons a brand has in convincing prospective users or customers to trust it. That said, data isn’t always the easiest to read or comprehend when all you have to look at is a bunch of numbers or steps. Or when it’s buried in mountains of text.
Have you ever had a client inquire about missing emails from website contact forms? For example, they’d been receiving emails at first, but the emails soon became spotty, stopped arriving altogether, or turned up in the spam folder months later.