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Recent Posts for: web design and development
  • DXP vs. CMS Explained

    You don’t have a DXP?   
    Man, how in the world are you going to manage your CX to improve your one-on-one UX for each customer and increase ROI? 

    DXP? CX? UX? Yeah, we’re making a point with all those acronyms. Teaser, everything in your website strategy is tied together and it can be overwhelming. Wouldn’t it be nice if more systems were really tied together though? That’s why we’re talking about DXPs more as of recently. So let’s start at the top and learn what a DXP can do, why you’d need one for a business and what to do if it’s time to transition. Let’s get started. 

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  • Marketing Strategies for E-commerce Websites

    Structuring, building and launching an e-commerce business is a huge investment and one that should be maintained frequently to not only bring new customers, but also keep current customers invested. Whether you are just launching an e-commerce website or you’ve reached the point of maintaining your customer base, staying up to date on marketing trends for your e-commerce business is important.

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  • Episode 108 - Website E-commerce Solutions

    When it comes to developing a plan on which e-commerce platform is best for your website, there are a few items you will want to consider, Monolithic vs. Decoupled. Both have pros and cons and should be taken into consideration before making decisions. On this episode, joining Creative Director and host Craig Israel is Matt Waler, Frontend Developer, to break down which solution would best fit your business and goals. This is one podcast you won’t want to miss.

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  • How Old Is Your Website In Dog Years?

    Perhaps the better question is, "How old is your website in internet years?" The web is continuously evolving and to stay competitive your website should evolve with it. Browsers are improved every day, web speeds are getting faster, and devices are getting smaller (or larger, or foldable, or with a better display...). 

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