Category: Hosting & Performance

  • Page Builder Lock-In: What to consider when choosing how to build your website

    There are so many options out there for building a website. They all have pros and cons and situations that they’re best suited for. But how do you choose? Continue reading →

  • A Terrible Host is a Terrible Time

    I just finished a client’s website on a really awful host, and it made me kind of mad. Here’s why. Continue reading →

  • Really Big Images

    Really big images on your website is one of the easiest things to fix, and can make a big impact on your user experience. Continue reading →

  • 5 Website Redesign Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices

    Let’s take the website as a whole, and instead of creating a never-ending list of every mistake I’ve ever seen websites make, we’ll start with the 5 most common things I see that you can fix quickly and easily. Continue reading →

  • How To Know When It’s Time To Redo Your Website

    A website overhaul sometimes means starting from scratch — a complete do-over. Sometimes it’s updating page layouts and giving a design refresh. Either way, it’s annoying. Unless you have some guidelines. Continue reading →

  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Website Mobile Friendly

    Mobile-friendly websites are one of the most important things you can do for your website. Visitors look at your website on their phone, and search engines give preference to websites that work well and look good on mobile devices. Continue reading →

  • Choosing a Good Web Host

    Your host is what makes your website visible to the world. It’s where your website lives and what makes it work. A poor web host means poor performance and slow load times. Continue reading →