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What You Need To Know About Mobile-First Indexing

Josh Dougherty in Web Design  

Google began rolling out mobile-first indexing on March 26. Here's how they described the impact of the change on the Google Webmaster Central Blog:

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WooCommerce for Fun and Profit

Jacob Smith in Technology, Web Design  

Our love of WordPress is well documented, so it makes sense we would also have an affinity towards WooCommerce. WooCommerce is the leading eCommerce plugin for WordPress.

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Usability Testing: Kill Your Darlings

Josh Dougherty in Web Design  

"....you must kill all your darlings."

When William Faulkner wrote these words, he was talking about writing, but he could have easily been talking about web design.

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Everything's a Mess

Jacob Smith in Web Design  

I came across two posts the other day that really struck me. The first, from Val Head, talks about her writing process.

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An Event Apart Day 3 - Instant Recap

Jacob Smith in Web Design  

Today's full-day session (don't call it a workshop!) was led by Chris Coyier. Chris spent the session building a website. He then used this activity as a framework to discuss front-end development in general.

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An Event Apart Day 2 - Instant Recap

Jacob Smith in Web Design  

Today I feel like the dummies in this photo; poised to be destroyed by the test detonation of an atomic device. An Event Apart remains mind blowing. My overall takeaway is this: the internet changes at such a rapid pace that we could revisit just about everything we've done in the past six weeks[...]

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An Event Apart Day 1 - Instant Recap

Jacob Smith in Web Design  

As I sit in a sun-drenched corner, recharging my borderline introvert batteries, my head is swimming a bit. That's the sign of a good conference.

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Podcast: Design by Journey

Jacob Smith in Podcast, Web Design  

On this week's episode we discuss an article from Smashing Magazine: Mobile First is Just Not Good Enough: Meet Journey-Driven Design.

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Five minutes to a better website

Jacob Smith in Web Design  

One of the most respected books on website usability was written by Steve Krug. It's called Don't Make Me Think.

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High Performance WordPress

Jacob Smith in Technology, Web Design  

Warning: This post is of the very geeky type. We are sharing it because we have greatly benefited from the community around WordPress and want to give back.

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