WordPress Website Analysis: Before & After ImageEngine

WordPress is by far the world’s most popular CMS. Not only does it dominate the CMS market with a 64% market share, but it also powers 39.6% of all websites. It has taken the internet by storm by democratizing the web for all. Now, anyone can build, manage, and host a successful website without needing… Continue reading WordPress Website Analysis: Before & After ImageEngine

What to look for in an accessibility audit

If your organization is completely new to digital accessibility, an audit or assessment is a great place to start to see where your organization stands. An accessibility audit is a combination of automated and manual testing done by accessibility experts using assistive technologies in various testing states. A detailed audit is a thorough review of… Continue reading What to look for in an accessibility audit

Perfect Your Feedback Process With BugHerd

When you’re designing a website, the single most important thing you can do is gather strong feedback, so your team knows what’s approved, what needs improvement, and what direction to take the project. Unfortunately, the most important group to gather feedback from, your stakeholders, is also all-too-often the least technically able. BugHerd should be your… Continue reading Perfect Your Feedback Process With BugHerd

7 Simple Steps to Get Started with Instagram Ads

Why Instagram? With an advertising reach of 849.3 million users and growing, the marketing potential of this social media platform is something that is simply hard to ignore. But if we’re going to play the numbers game, Facebook’s 2 billion users certainly dwarfs the number of Instagram users. So why not just place all your… Continue reading 7 Simple Steps to Get Started with Instagram Ads

19 Best Portfolios of 2019

Every month we roundup the best new portfolios released in the previous four weeks. This month we’re looking back at the whole of 2019, and picking out 19 of our favorites from the last 12 months. There’s a mixture here of colorful and restrained, experimental and expected; the one thing they all have in common… Continue reading 19 Best Portfolios of 2019

How to Clean Malware from a Hacked Website

Just the hint of a hacked site is enough to send jitters down the spine of every webmaster. In an event where something suspicious occurs on a website or where unexpected elements start to show up on the website, the doubt starts to pop up with a possibility inclined towards the absolutely negative event, i.e.… Continue reading How to Clean Malware from a Hacked Website

Here’s Why Experts Highly Recommend Using Password Managers

Anyone and everyone who uses Internet regularly would be aware of the importance of passwords. The chances are high that your passwords are a lot weaker than you think. Considering the number of different websites, we use these days, it has become imperative to have some system for creation and remembering of passwords used on… Continue reading Here’s Why Experts Highly Recommend Using Password Managers

Taking responsibility for the things you launch

Let’s travel back in time. I’ll promise we’ll get back here in just a moment. A few months ago I launched Mindful, an extension for Google Chrome that aims at making users more mindful about their thoughts, ideas, and ongoing tasks by showing their notes in every new tab. Mindful is powered by a text… Continue reading Taking responsibility for the things you launch

FotoJet—The Best Choice to Create a Design

FotoJet is a powerful free online tool that has been committed to providing top-notch service for graphic design, photo collage and photo editing. FotoJet’s online graphic designer gives common users the ability to design their own unique graphic designs with its 600+ professional templates, such as flyers, poster, cards, invitations, social media graphics and banners.… Continue reading FotoJet—The Best Choice to Create a Design

An engineering manager’s guide to rebranding —

Anytime a company launches a rebrand there’s the obligatory “how we did it” blog post. Uber did it, AirBnB did it and we did it. Usually these posts jump right from “good looking people putting post-it notes on a glass wall” to “unveil on an unsuspecting public” stage, and completely skip the really tricky part — going… Continue reading An engineering manager’s guide to rebranding

Weekly Inspiration: Discoverability and Feedback

Recently Vox, together with 99% Invisible, produced a brilliant short film about a door on the tenth floor of the Vox Media office. Besides many other doors, it featured Don Norman: design icon and celebrated author of The Design of Everyday Things. The purpose of the film was to highlight the usability of products and systems, whittling down… Continue reading Weekly Inspiration: Discoverability and Feedback

5 Things to Consider Before Becoming a Freelance Web Professional

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;} If you’re working as a web professional for an employer, chances are you occasionally daydream about going it alone. Maybe you do some freelance work in your spare time and would love to extend that to full time, or maybe you just want the freedom of being… Continue reading 5 Things to Consider Before Becoming a Freelance Web Professional

30 Best News Magazine WordPress Themes

We have been covering a lot of WordPress topics lately. We are finding that users are becoming more and more committed to WordPress because of its simplicity and overall ease of use. If you didn’t check out our post a couple of weeks ago it was called The 10 Best Selling WordPress Themes of All… Continue reading 30 Best News Magazine WordPress Themes