Each week, we are going to take you through the process of our rebuild from planning our business objectives to designing and coding the site. Along the way we are going to speak to experts about every aspect of the redesign from Mike Kus on branding to Joshua Porter about task oriented design.
The show will be released every two weeks and the season will continue for as long as it takes to finish the rebuild. You can be sure to learn something new whether you are a designer, developer or website owner. So stay tuned.
If you thought building a website was hard, wait until you try to launch it. In this post we ask “when do you launch?” and “how do you launch without problems?”
Do you get the most out of Google analytics or are you just scratching the surface? In this post we discover that analytics is about more than user sessions, page views and bounce rates.
[S02E09] Boagworld.com is the first site I have personally coded in a long time. Things have certainly come a long way and become very exciting.
[S02E08] WordPress has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a blogging tool. It’s now a fully fledged content management system. But is it still the right choice for a site like Boagworld?
[S02E07] We have all read articles on responsive design. However, when you put theory into practice things are never as simple as they first appear. Fortunately you can always ask Ethan Marcotte for help!
[S02E06] The accessibility of our websites is not something many of us like to think about. However, we have a legal and morale obligation to do so.
[S02E05] Design is full of decisions from whether to design in the browser to which typeface is best. But how do you make those decisions and what factors need considering?
[S02E04] A successful website should enable users to find the content they require as quickly as possible, while encouraging them to complete your desired course of action. In this post I examine how to achieve these demanding objectives.
[S02E03] The design of your site should communicate something of your organisations personality as well as make a connection with users. Knowing who you are and how you communicate is a vital for a successful site.
[S02E02] This week on the boagworld show we look at defining your target audience and identifying their goals, activities and tasks.