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20 Tips for Improving Your Website's UX

Jul 11, 2019 9:07:00 AM

Website improvement ideas have to start with functionality. What makes your site more functional to customers? Really, you're asking about website UX best practices. The UX is how your customers interact with and understand your site. How do you improve that interaction so customers like your site more, share it with others, and find what they're looking for faster?

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How to Have a Stress-Free Site Redesign, Update, or Initial Launch

Jul 10, 2019 11:03:23 AM

Undertaking a sizable website project is no small feat. However, there is a simple three-step plan to keep in mind during any site redesign, update, or initial launch. This plan will help to make things run more smoothly, resulting in a stress-free experience:

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10 Reasons Why You Need a New Website

Jul 3, 2019 3:40:00 PM

How can you tell when you need to get a new website? You may mistake some of the signs for other factors. If your product just isn't moving, is it because it's a bad product or because people just aren't finding it through search engines? It could also be because your site takes too long to load, it's too difficult to navigate, or it has security issues. There are many potential reasons why you need a new website. Some may apply to you, some may not.

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5 Commonly Overlooked Website Costs

Jun 25, 2019 3:19:00 PM

Website costs are generally straightforward. If you have a website design company or marketing company creating your website, costs should be rolled into the plans they build for you. There may be adjustments if a new plugin is needed, but all new costs should require your approval first. From a web hosting cost to plugin costs, it's important for you to ensure nothing gets overlooked. Be sure to ask whoever you're working with whether these costs have been factored in.

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Free Web Design and Development Tools I Found Online

Jun 17, 2019 6:56:00 AM

Hello and welcome to the first installment of free web design and development tools I found online! Ok, so if you don’t want to read my entire blog post, I won’t hold it against you. Here’s a short list of the products I will be talking about: ngrok, GIMP, Sublime Text, and Any Video Converter.

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5 Tips for a Seamless Mobile Website User Experience

Jun 5, 2019 1:02:00 PM

The website user experience often becomes a mess on mobile devices. Why is this? You may design with mobile in mind, but maybe you should be designing mobile first. Are you contextualizing your site's visual elements? Are you not hooking a customer with informative text quickly enough? Mobile web design is very specific since you don't have a lot of space to convey information. How you deliver that information is paramount.

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What To Do After Your New Website Launch

Jun 4, 2019 1:01:00 PM

You’ve just celebrated your new website launch! Look at that beautiful site and all those user-friendly functions! It’s exciting - but if you’re tempted to kick back and relax, remember that the fun is only just beginning. The next steps involve ensuring that this new asset works as hard - and as smart - for your brand as possible.

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THAT Agency Develops New Website for SSI Petroleum

Jun 4, 2019 10:40:04 AM

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.  SSI Petroleum, a Central and South Florida wholesale petroleum distributor with more than 50 years of industry experience, partnered with the web development professionals at THAT Agency to launch a new website.

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Custom Built Websites vs. Templates - Which is Right For You?

Apr 30, 2019 11:01:03 AM

So you've decided that it's time for a website redesign. A question that often comes up at the beginning of this process is whether to use a template or to have a design custom built just for you. There are pros and cons of each and it also depends a lot of the specifics of your needs to decide which is right for you.

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How to Fix a Slow WordPress Site for (Mostly) Free

Apr 10, 2019 10:59:22 AM

WordPress plugins aren’t expensive, but you know what is always cheaper – the free version. Because of this, I personally have spent far more time than needed combining CSS and JS files, optimizing images and video, and minifying pretty much everything I put in code by hand to fix slow WordPress websites. In this article, however, I will show you a way to do this that will be (mostly) free to save you the hassle of having to do the work yourself or spending $$$. So, let’s start with what most sites struggle with the most – images.

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