There are so many things you can do – and for free – to improve your online marketing. From your website to your social media, from email marketing to SEO. Here are some tips!
Cater a Wedding for 100 People Without Using a Food Processor or Build a Website Using Only HTML and CSS
Learning how a tool works is just as important as using it. Building a website with page builders doesn’t offer you the “why” and “how” that writing HTML does. Find out more!
WordPress is perfect whether you are a beginner or a professional. Use it for your cat’s blog or your online shop. With the Full Site Editor you can design in WordPress even easier!
Accessibility means creating websites so people can use them without restriction. It is an important part of sustainable, hygienic marketing.
If you can do something faster, then you have an advantage. The same goes for websites. No one likes a slow website. Join Bridget and I as we look at how you can speed up your website!
I was invited by Social Champ to talk about Google Core Web Vitals, and it was a great Twitter hour. Thank you, guys! There were a lot of good questions, and the community on Social Champ are great. So what are the much talked about Google Core Web Vitals anyway?
Page builders help everyone speed up the process of creating a website. The bad news is they might be slowing down the finished product. The good news is they don’t have to.
Addressing the ever-changing landscape of devices, browsers, screen sizes and orientations by creating flexible, fluid and adaptive Web sites.
Too often websites are defined by the internal users. Use Design Thinking to think out of the box and include external users too.
Why we need to redefine Web Design defaults I read this really GREAT article (from 2013) while researching a talk on Responsive Design. The subject of the article is the defaults that exist in web communication and how it is… Read More »Defining New Defaults in Web Design
A workshop together with Bright Solutions at the German Bundesverband Hochschulkommunikation Jahrestagungen in 2015. The steps are still relevant today!