“Failing to plan is planning to fail,” or so the saying goes. If you’re looking to create a new website for your business, you first need to plan it out so that you know what you’re doing.
These posts will walk you through the planning process for a new website. That way you can be confident every step of the way and end up with a great website.
The value of using a pre-built theme for your website
So maybe you want a new website for your small business in 2019, but don't have the resources for a custom theme. Using a pre-built theme is the next best option.Read This Post About The value of using a pre-built theme for your website
A look at some of the top Gutenberg themes
It's been almost a year since the Gutenberg editor was rolled into WordPress core. And there are a number of themes that are designed and built with it in mind. So let's take a look at some of the top ones.Read This Post About A look at some of the top Gutenberg themes
Why you need to be defining goals for your business website
You probably have goals for your business. But do you have any for your business' website? If not, you're missing out on data that could help you improve your website and ultimately your business.Read This Post About Why you need to be defining goals for your business website
The dilemma of content for a new website
A website is nothing if it doesn't have any content. So make sure you keep that the focus throughout the project to keep it running on time.Read This Post About The dilemma of content for a new website
Understanding project scope and scope creep and how to avoid problems
Scope creep can be a very dangerous thing for a website project. It can sometimes bring the project to a screeching halt as features get added outside the project scope. So let's avoid it.Read This Post About Understanding project scope and scope creep and how to avoid problems
Why it’s sometimes better to take a simple website over a complex one
So you want a complex website design for your small business. But you don't currently have a site and there's an offer for a simpler site with a much quicker build time. It's tough, but you should go with the simpler option.Read This Post About Why it’s sometimes better to take a simple website over a complex one