Post Archive A collection of posts tagged: ux

UX Writing Crash Course & Checklist

There's been a huge push in recent years for designers to learn how to code, to be all-rounders who can seamlessly switch from Photoshop to GitHub. But, as it turns out, code is not the only unicorn skill. As John Maeda, Automattic's…
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5 Fast-Track Ways to Optimize WordPress Blogs for Search

As a blog owner, it's important to keep your blog in tip top shape. That means you should be conducting routine tests to optimize your blog for search visibility. As search engine algorithms change, it's essential to optimize WordPress to keep your…
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Need WordPress Help? Check Out These Support Resources

From forums and chat rooms to blog posts and conferences, the amount of WordPress support available truly is infinite; but, with so many resources at our fingertips, how does one find the answer to a simple WordPress question? To sort through all…
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The Top 10 Anticipated Digital Marketing Events of 2017

2016 was a monumental year for digital marketing, with the rise of live streaming video, native advertising, and the increased use of personalization. Rather than focusing too heavily on mastering these trends, now is the time to look to what's ahead. Whether…
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Hosting Options, Not Mandates. Deploy and Stage WordPress Your Way.

Inside the WordPress developer community there is the mantra "Decisions not Options" which when applied to the UX/UI of the WordPress application attempts to streamline the user experience by making sensible choices on behalf the user and reducing confusion and clutter. Every…
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How to Make Your Blog More Searchable

If you are running a blog or website to promote your business or business services, the two most important factors for ensuring high visibility in search engines are website performance and social media exposure. Google made it clear in 2010 that website…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 17

Wireframing This post is part 17 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about the importance of having good grammar and writing skills as a founder, whether it's for raising capital, communicating with customers/clients,…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 5

Founder Fitness This post is part 5 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked figuring out how much your startup should spend on marketing. Today's post is on a much different topic, and one…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 1

So you've decided to create a startup and have decided to build on top of WordPress. Maybe you're building a web app, a dev shop, design agency, or a pageview monster that generates AdSense revenue. Regardless, if you're a first timer, you're…
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John James Jacoby – WP Heavy Hitters

This is one of the first of many posts in which we will be profiling the heavy hitters of the WordPress community. Who are the people behind your favorite plugins and themes? What makes them tick? Why are they awesome? And what…
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