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Launching your new website

Launching a new website (or a new product, service, etc) is more party planning than anything else. Why? Because you’ve already put in the work for the first 4 phases: Planning, Design, Development, Testing + Launch. Spending time getting your ducks in a row + testing the outcome can make this final phase your time […]

Testing your new website

Now that your site is ready for the public eye, it’s important that you realize it’s not at all ready. Not yet. Before you publish a site, whether it’s brand new or a redo, it’s mission critical that you go through testing your new website. Broken links, browser issues, + faulty forms can cost you […]

Developing your new website

When it comes to building a site, the coding doesn’t happen until you’ve planned + then designed your website. Code without a plan or style is not going to serve your blog / business as well as it could. But once you have those two pieces, it’s time for developing your new website as the […]

Designing your new website

New sites + site redos have a few things in common, including following the same steps from start to finish. Check out what you need to know when planning your new website before we dive into designing your new website. Because no plan is no good. Curious what all of the main phases are: Planning, […]

Planning your new website

Whether you have a site currently, or need one up + running, planning your new website can feel like a really big project. To keep things out of the overwhelming category, I like to break new site builds into 5 main phases: Planning, Design, Development, Testing + Launch. Let’s start at step one, shall we? […]

Reduce bounce rate with good design

There are many ways to get your site to perform better with your audience. One of the ways that you can reduce bounce rate — aka keep your audience engaged — is with good design on your site. But if you’re not using Google Analytics yet, start with one of these three options + add […]

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