Two essential planning projects are Information Architecture (IA) and Content Architecture (CA), and we walk through both, and the best practices for each, in this webinar.
Copywriting and web design are usually handled completely independently when it comes to launching a new website, but the two are intrinsically linked and rely on each other to make the most impact on an online audience. Find out how to get the two creative schools to work together.
When building a website, it’s obviously important to create an easy and enjoyable experience for the end-user. Often forgotten however, but just as important, is the content editor’s user experience. Here's what you need to know about making a content editor's job a little easier.
Not too long ago, The Washington Post's website wasn't doing too well. It had become over-stuffed with content and ad hoc features/functionality – and as a result, the website had become painfully slow to load. Some desktop users were forced to wait 8 seconds for a page to load. That's not an ideal user-experience.
Six Revisions posted a list of tools that can help improve a website's readability, the ease of which a user can consume content.
CMS Critic recently posted a great article about the seven most common mistakes that people make when choosing WordPress, Drupal or Joomla (the three most popular open source CMS platforms currently on the market).
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