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We all know what we want from our bank: simple solutions for our hard-earned money. But we also know that banking isn't quite that easy, especially when it comes to communicating those simple solutions. Blend's CTO Joe Kepley explains some ways to improve financial site performance in this article.
The Truth is in the Red Flags Off-site link
When is it time to rebuild a website? The obvious scenarios include big, hard-to-miss events. But more times than not, there are red flags flying in plain sight, signaling it's time to move on.
Internal projects are often put off for client work, but making sure your internal projects reflect what you can do for your potential clients could be the factor in closing a deal.
Cross-training developers results in increased productivity, more collaboration, and better results for client projects.
Episode 24: Maintain and Improve (w/ David Hobbs) Off-site link
Corey and Deane discuss the people and rules that help run a website after launch. Then, David Hobbs, author of Website Product Management: Keeping Focused During Change, joins to talk about transferring a site from a project to a product — what that means to keep the site going after launch, where it most often fails, and how to streamline requests and set reasonable expectations for the future of the site.
Migrations don’t have to be a pain — Blend has a process and vision going forward of how to make the migration process simpler.
Blend's CTO Joe Kepley has tips for how to increase website traffic and engagement for professional associations.
Much like the early days of social media, digital experimentation is a rapidly expanding practice that promises to make big waves in the marketing world.
Starting a plan to enhance your digital optimization, means finding your right tool set.
Optimizing your website doesn't always require the budget of a Fortune 500 company. We're here to help guide small businesses toward enhancing their digital presence with the first in a three-part series: setting goals for web optimization.