Articles tagged as “Content Planning” (14)

  • New features

    Check Out Some of Our Latest New Features

    At Slickplan, we focus on making website creation a breeze, and some of our latest features make that goal even more possible. From Google Analytics integration to multilingual support these new features will take you from concept to website in no time. Gone are the days of multiple tabs – at least when it comes optimizing established website projects.Continue reading

    May 03, 20185 min read
  • Large Web Design Firms Plan Sites

    How Large Web Design Firms Plan Websites

    The process of planning a website is often long and arduous. For large web design firms, it doesn’t get any easier. When you are part of a design firm, the projects are larger, as are the numbers associated with completing them. That includes the number of people involved in the websites’ creation. Suddenly, the skill set needed to plan websites shifts in priority from an understanding of information architecture to above average interpersonal skills.Continue reading

    Feb 21, 20188 min read
  • redesign website without oversized coffee mug

    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.Continue reading

    Feb 09, 20188 min read
  • You’ve Created Your Sitemap, but What About the Content?

    You’ve Created Your Sitemap, but What About the Content?

    For years, the process of planning content involved multiple documents, complicated spreadsheets, and lost emails. Slickplan puts an end to the madness in one simple click. If you aren’t already using our content planning tool, here are some ways to do so.Continue reading

    Mar 31, 20174 min read