Testing a new website may seem overwhelming, but there are things every team member can do to assist in the pre-launch process. If you can rally your team around these 25 tests, no one person needs to bear the full weight of a site launch.
Articles by Mark Knowles
New feature requests that seem simple to others can add layers of complexity to your team's workload. Before hitting the "easy button", first make sure you're prioritizing based on the goals of the site, the brand and the effort required to do so.
Is a free web design or blog template right for you? Or do your business goals demand a custom website design and professional specialists for certain aspects? These 12 factors will help you determine whether free or paid is the right route for you.
After you've created goals and are ready to tell your story, it's time to generate leads. Concept sketches can be instrumental when communicating aspects of a web page to your design and development team. Use this method to ensure good results.
If you’re redesigning or rebuilding your website, a hasty start or too much enthusiasm without research to support it almost always leads to increased budgets and disorganization. Consider these things before doing anything to your existing site.
A site migration’s success hinges on upfront communication, group effort and a project lead that has a critical eye for success. Without this first step, the entire project is likely to be mismanaged, and you’ll end up wasting money and resources.