Including Webflow, Shopify, Drupal, WordPress, APIs & integrations, Vue / Angular / React / Astro, TypeScript, Docker & containers, Git, PWAs, other development concepts, and resources.
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We explore the similarities and differences of all three, their pros and cons, and help you choose one for your business.
In this article, we learn what websites are in very simple words, and how we use them. Then we learn why businesses make them in the first place, and we get a bit of technical understanding on how they work.
A guide to deciding if this site-building software is right for your organisation, including features, pricing, and alternatives.
We discuss regular site backups and updates, restores when needed, support for queries, site monitoring, and regular updates of content.
We discuss what WordPress is, what it's most suitable for, the alternatives, how much it costs, and even if you can build the site yourself.
We discuss when it's a good time to invest in redesigning your website, and when it's not. If it is, we give tips on how much it should cost, and if it isn't, we suggest things to focus on instead.
We compare Webflow and Shopify in several ways, such as what are they, which ecommerce features they have, which other site-building features they have, who can use them, and how much they cost.
Using our rating spreadsheet template (a free download) we'll rate your website on its Design, Performance, Security, Content, and Conversions.
A simple explanation of what the software is, what it's good for, and how to ensure your team uses it successfully.
Buying a website - or more specifically, getting one made for your business or organisation - is a huge investment of time and money, so it’s important to choose the right person or agency to do it for you. And it’s not easy; there are so many things to consider, and you might not even know where to start!
The pricing of websites in South African varies massively, from a small amount that any business can afford, to astronomical amounts that only government and multi-national corporations are comfortable paying. But how much should your organisation pay?
A comparison between the most popular software to build websites with, from our perspective.
Drupal VS Wordpress - CMS showdown!
When you first got a website, did you expect to get a whole lot of visitors right away? If we’re honest, we probably all expected or at least hoped that would be the case. Of course, that’s not how it really works.
The other components include regular fresh content, social media, email newsletters, search engine optimisation, conversion rate optimisation, and analytics. Can you afford to ignore these?
The trends have come and gone, and will surely return again one day, as we decide that providing a sense of visual depth requires all the tools available, in just the right amounts and combinations.
If you have a website – for yourself or your business – you should be confident that it’s what you want or need. If you aren’t sure, you should assess your website to help you decide if you need a new website, or simply an update.
When you’re making a website for someone else – if it’s not for free, you’re going to want to charge the right amount for it.
We need a well-informed and engaging guide to the complex and out-of-reach world of planning, designing and building websites.