Here’s another excellent article by WordPress Content guru, Raelene Morey. Raelene highlights 10 of the best WordPress themes designed especially for sports clubs and leagues. Each theme offers a modern design and many include features like fixtures lists and scoreboards, team and player profiles, and WooCommerce integration.
I believe that color and a well-chosen font are the two most important elements to good website design. One of my favorite fonts is Brandon Grotesque, but I’m beginning to see how it could be a poor choice at times. Here’s an article on what makes a good font: What Makes a Good Font in 2018? – Envato
Whether you need to perform site maintenance, close for the day for religious practices, or you just want to take a vacation, there are times when you might need to temporarily shut down your site. We consider three simple options available to ensure your site’s search presence isn’t affected by doing so.
As I press on with mastering WordPress, I am astonished at how much there is still to learn. Here’s a great article about new skills to learn in 2018.
“So here’s a roundup of some great courses and tutorials on graphic design, web design, coding, photography, and business. Many of these resources are free, and others are included in a subscription to Envato Elements. So there’s nothing stopping you from picking up a valuable new skill this month.”
Westside Virtual is a NYC website design studio. We specialize in knockout visual web design for small businesses. We also offer landing page, logo & business card design.
Yet another excellent roundup of best practices regarding WordPress headings.
Almost everywhere you look someone is talking about or calling themselves either a web designer or web developer. But what does it all really mean?
Designmodo writes: “A Web Designer uses graphics and graphic design software (think Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign) to create a look for the web. This design is then married with coding to bring it to life online.
The Web Designer may not always be the person writing the code and in some cases can work independently of the team who will take a website design live.
Much of a Web Designer’s job is creative and uses both intuition and imagination, often characteristics of people who are considered right-brained. People in this field may continue their educations in a variety of fields but are most commonly drawn to graphic design and the arts. Web Designers collect work portfolios to showcase their projects for potential employers.”
While aspects of a Web Developer’s job may resemble that of a Web Designer, it can be quite different as well.
Web Developers are often thought of as left-brained workers. Skills from technical ability and thinking to logic are an essential part of their repertoires. Web Developers may have degrees in a variety of fields such as computer science or programming. Most employers will require a portfolio during the hiring process.
It can be hard to understand exactly why businesses pay so much for web design work. After all, as long as you have a functional website, it can’t matter that much what it looks like, right?
Unfortunately, this simply isn’t the case. Web Design is one of the most important aspects of your online presence. This doesn’t necessarily mean you need to pay exorbitant amount of money for top-tier designers, but rather that you need to find a style of Web Design that works for your business.
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Many of our users are business owners who often ask us for plugin suggestions. Having the right set of tools can help you take your business to the next level. In this article, we will share essential WordPress plugins for business websites in 2018.
Our experts handpicked 24 must have WordPress plugins and tools for business websites.
Via Kinsta: If you’ve never used New Relic APM (and maybe even if you have), you may struggle to get the most out of this powerful tool. In this tutorial our goal is simple: show you how you can use New Relic APM to fix what ails your WordPress website. Ready to get nerdy? Let’s get to it!