We welcome another acronym with enormous potential–CRO. Conversion rate optimization can define the prosperity of a business, especially in e-commerce. Connect with us to learn more and begin your conversion rate optimization journey today!
Posted on Feb 26, 2020 by Thalia R. Carrillo
The internet exists to function for all people regardless of physical or cognitive abilities, quality of technology, or environment. When this is true for an online platform, tool, or application it means it is accessible. Web accessibility allows for communication, interaction, research, entertainment, and more online opportunities — many of which can be excluding in the physical world. This creates a need for developers and organizations to create inclusive designs to make their content accessible to all.
Everyone should be able to easily navigate the web or contribute to it if they wish. This is what makes this virtual space so special. Easy navigation can mean that information is presented clearly or through various alternate sensory channels.
Posted on Nov 21, 2018 by Sarah Hetrick
Posted on Nov 02, 2018 by Sarah Hetrick
Your business is thriving. The company is growing, attracting new customers, and leading in its industry. You’re on the verge of your next level of business achievement – but are you really tapping into all the potential available for your brand? As an innovative business, your digital footprint is a crucial part of amplifying your ultimate success. If your business is on the cusp of expansive growth but your website fails to reflect your progress, it could be hurting business more than you realize.
Posted on Aug 16, 2018 by Courtney Bateson
When a website is launched, many like to think it’s a finished product and the work is complete. However, the reality of the situation is that websites are like houses and cars – they require ongoing maintenance to keep them fully functioning and up to date.
Posted on Aug 08, 2018 by Courtney Bateson
In 2016, Google announced plans for their Chrome browser that would push for a safer internet – they promised to mark all websites with unencrypted connections as “not secure”. This would make it easier for people to know if their personal information is safe as it travels across the web. Fast forward three years and Google have delivered on their promise – Chrome 68 has arrived and it’s naming and shaming all websites with unencrypted connections.