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Recent Posts for: web design and development
  • Scaling Sites, Servers and Support in Uncertain Times

    Because of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's regularly scheduled press conferences and the heightened state of attention around COVID-19, one of our clients had a challenge on their hands. As one of the digital news outlets streaming Governor DeWine and Ohio Department of Health director Dr. Amy Acton daily, their servers on AWS + Drupal were being overloaded with concurrent connections. Here's what we did to help.

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  • Tips for Successful Content Management: Part 3, Image Dimensions and Formats

    This is part three of five, a content management series featuring tips for the marketing coordinator or manager flying solo without a front end-development team. 
     
    Today we take a look at some details to help you improve the performance and image quality of your site. This post will break down the options for image delivery to help you optimize assets for your site.

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  • Tips for Successful Content Management: Part 2, Image Aspect Ratios

    This is part two of five, a content management series featuring tips for the marketing coordinator or manager flying solo without a front end development team. 
     
    You’ll learn how to better manage your content’s technical side and deliver a polished end product to your audience. Today we're talking all things aspect ratios.

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  • Tips for Successful Content Management: Part 1, Layouts and Rich Text

    Hello, marketers! Over the next month or so, we’ll be sharing a content management series featuring tips for the marketing coordinator or manager flying solo without a front end development team. 
     
    You’ll learn how to better manage your content’s technical side and deliver a polished end product to your audience and add new pages to a website in a way that blends nicely with older content.
     
    Without further ado, here’s part one of five: layouts and rich text.

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