Disentangling a well-known “fact” about emails. There’s a lot of “received wisdom” kicking about on the internet — ideas and “facts” which are essentially presented without question on the basis of “ he said it, so it must be true”. This afflicts many fields, and sustainability is no exception. One common example is that “sending an email generates… Continue reading 4g CO2 per email—really?
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
15 Shares Content marketing is a marketing strategy plan that focuses on creating, sharing, and using relevant and engaging content. The purpose of content marketing is to attract users and clients to contribute to the sales and revenue of a firm. According to Statista, in 2019, a third of small businesses used content marketing as… Continue reading 10 Tips for a Content Marketing Plan to Expand Your Business
The act of card sorting is a hands-on and quick way of creating a category tree (information architecture) based on users’ understanding of the topics of a product. The simple idea of the workshop is to ask users to organise cards that already contain written content into groups. In this tutorial you will learn how… Continue reading How to Conduct a UX Card Sorting Workshop
Graphic designers use typography as a form of communication. Both the appearance of text and the readability of this text in a visual product have an impact on user experience. Typography speaks to users, and may, therefore, be considered the voice of design. This is because typography sets a mood for a website and shares… Continue reading Typography Tips You Should Know When Designing a Website
Do you ever bother if your WordPress website is fast enough? Maybe you’re or maybe you’re not. In either case, since you haven’t figured it out yet. I am going to provide you some useful inputs to find out if your website is fast enough for mobile users or not. If it’s not fast enough… Continue reading Is your WordPress Website Fast Enough for Mobile Users?