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Why WordPress?

It’s hard to believe, but there was a time when every change to a website had to be made by a developer—they were called “webmasters” for a reason. There was no WordPress, no Blogger, not even Facebook. As the web…read the full article

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4 reasons to integrate HubSpot in your next website redesign

When thoughtfully executed, inbound marketing and a new website can be take your digital brand to the next level.

The best WordPress plugins for managing media

If you’ve ever ran or worked with a WordPress site requiring lots of media files, you’re probably familiar with how easily it can become a mess.

The top 10 reasons you should be using WordPress

There’s a lot to love about the little online publishing platform that could.

The fourth constraint: What your developer isn’t telling you

Here’s what your developer could – but shouldn’t be – sacrificing.

Websites now: UX and CX still reign

Your website is the window to your brand’s … well … maybe not its soul, but pretty darn close. That’s why great CX (customer experience) and great UX (user experience) are inseparable.

Websites now: What needs to go

Earlier, our experts offered insights about some “must-haves” for websites. Now it’s time to look at the dark underbelly of the Web and its design and functionality horrors.

Websites now: What makes them great in 2016

If you think your site created or redesigned two years ago is still the shiniest object out there, you probably need to think again.

Goodbye, Flash

Now that Flash is officially going away, there are a few things to consider.

Technology Translated: What is an API?

What is an API? You might be familiar with the acronym, but unless you’re a developer, you may not really know what it means. We’ll explain.