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Content Planning

How to Talk to (and Interview) Your Stakeholders

Your stakeholders have opinions and feedback that can drive digital initiatives in your organization. But have you asked them to speak up? Learn how to talk to your stakeholders and make them a valuable component to your next successful digital project.

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July 5, 2018

Content Planning

5 Tips for a Successful Content Migration

Is it time to migrate your content? Don’t fret, the process doesn’t have to be as daunting as it seems. Besides, you were going to need to do it one day. Updates and migrations are a part of website development, and content migrations are critical to both website redesign and maintenance. Migrations are the final piece of the website perfecting puzzle; however, they need to be done correctly; otherwise, your new site may quickly become a user experience nightmare.

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June 14, 2018

Content Planning, UX Planning

Redesign Websites Without the Oversized Coffee Mug

You’ve just been told that your company has decided to redo the website – all of it. For most designers, redesigns are just part of the job, but they aren’t always a welcome part. Unlike new sites, when you redesign existing websites you have the additional steps of auditing the current site, saving what works, identifying what needs to be fixed, and making it all look brand new.

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February 9, 2018

Content Planning

When Should You Use a One Page Website?

What if you could say everything that you needed to say on a single page without the hassle of menus? The one page website makes this a possibility, while also adding native responsiveness, an intense focus on content, and lowered design costs. However, with all great things, there is a cost, and this popular web design trend comes with its drawbacks.

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December 20, 2017

Content Planning

Planning a Secure Website in Three Steps

Many factors go into planning a business website - all of them relevant. To make an effective website, you’ll need to consider details such as design, content, and metrics. These aren’t the only consideration, however. In addition to these things, you will also need to think about security. Website security helps keep your business and customers safe. While it isn’t always thought about before building a website, including it in your site planning could save you time and trouble later. Below are three steps for planning a secure site.

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August 9, 2017

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