In Tech, we are constantly in a game of ‘catch-up’. Rapidly developing technologies seem to pop up out of the ether whenever you’re not looking. In addition, startups keep moving the goalposts on what it means to be agile so it’s very easy to feel as if you will never catch up. Advancements in cloud services (AWS, Azure, Firebase), CMS (Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla), and low-code solutions (Squarespace, Retool, Zapier) have redefined the landscape.
Topics: Web Development
Building a web application opens up multiple possibilities for mind-blowing functionality and user experiences.
Approximately 25% of American adults have a disability, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This means that your organization's website should be built in a way that accommodates and meets the needs of people with a variety of disabilities.
10 Questions to Ask Your Development Partner
When you’re ready to engage a development partner to help take your business to the next level, take some time to make sure you find the right partner for your needs.
One of the major challenges businesses face is the successful implementation of their CRM system. The CRM implementation process comes with considerable difficulties and can quickly become complex if adequate planning is not done beforehand.
Topics: Web Development
In today's digitally advanced world, designing for accessibility has become the norm. Brands that aren't using an accessibility-first design run the risk of losing leads and prospective customers to competitors that do.
Is your website stuck in 2012? If you're not periodically auditing your website content, you might be losing out. No matter how brilliant your content was when you created it, if it's outdated in terms of content or SEO best practices, it might be irrelevant to your target market.
Your new house is complete. You’ve spent painstaking hours with an architect and builder to create your dream house. The cost was high, but it was worth it. However, you find that the kitchen doesn’t quite feel right once you stand in it. You want to change a few things. Unfortunately, that’ll require another project and another payout to the architect and builder.
If you’re a product owner who’s been handed responsibility for your company’s WordPress site, or sites, you know you have quite a bit to handle. New pages to create, new blog posts to write, and just the work of keeping things up and running. You’re also responsible for the security of the site.
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