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do you need a sitemap

Do you need a sitemap?

Sitemaps It doesn’t matter if you you’re planning a new website or just redesigning your current one, it is super important that are aware of how the end product will look and feel for your end-user. You want your site to be user friendly, super organised and looking great. Therefore, pre-planning is a very important …

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Amp Project

Accelerated Mobile Pages – AMP

Are we ready to be fully AMP’d? Google has announced a new open source initiative called Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP HTML. AMP’s aim is to dramatically improve the performance of the mobile web. Essentially, the goal is to improve the entire mobile content ecosystem for everyone. It wants to make it fast and easy for …

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easy to read web copy

3 Things to Avoid for ‘Easy to Read’ Web Copy

Easy to read web copy is so important. I recently I noticed just how important it is. I have been doing a bit of rework on my websites. The goal is to enhance pages for our product offering and increase lead conversion. As I went researching and learning from all the great resources on the web I discovered …

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Educational Technology

Educational Technology – Are our traditional educators ready?

With so much money coming in to educational tech I thought this was really interesting to see what market leaders are saying on Education Technology. The system of education is changing and it certainly needs to change. Education is actually starting to take place online in real examples. The old paradigm of online learning not …

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is your website mobile ready?

Do You Have a Mobile Friendly Website?

If you haven’t heard about the Google Mobile Update – you may have been hiding under a rock. Recently they have emailed website owners and made plenty of noise about the changes to search. If you haven’t heard about this change, it basically means you MUST have a mobile-friendly website moving forward to rank in …

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No need to defend open source. Instead, make your case for closed.

Don’t make a case for Open Source. Make a case for Closed.

I absolutely love this video especially the comments by Jonathan Nightingale. As software developers we should be never justifying the case for open source. Open is always better. Open source for every project makes more sense. In the old days your code was your IP and having it closed made sense because it is what …

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