All posts by matthummel
As more and more of us turn to our phones and tablets to browse the internet, it’s worth ensuring your website is mobile-friendly. A responsive design means that whether you’re using a desktop computer or tablet, everything will look great on whichever device you choose to access it through.
Your website is the heart of your business, and you want it to be accessible to people who use assistive technologies. Making your website accessible improves usability for everyone, including people with disabilities who rely on screen readers like JAWS or Voice Over and people visiting your site from mobile devices with smaller screens. If you want to improve the accessibility of your website and make it more user-friendly to all visitors, here are five quick ways:
Optimizing your site’s page speed performance is one of the most important things you can do if you want it to rank well in search results. You can improve your website’s page speed in several ways, but here are some tips based on my experience that will help you get started.
WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) on the web, but it’s not perfect. Like any other technology, WordPress has bugs and issues that can cause problems.
I’ve been a web developer for almost 12 years, and in that time, I’ve tried just about every workflow you can imagine. The following is my current preferred workflow, which has evolved over the years —and a lot of trial and error! In this post, I’ll outline my workflow and why it works so well.