The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

Top 11 Credit Card Processors for SaaS Recurring Payments

Companies rely heavily on credit card processors when it comes to recurring payments. These processors save time, money, and can help to avoid error. In a world where almost everything is digital, most customers find it convenient when they can hook their card up to have payment automatically deducted each month. While customers might worry about there being risks to this type of arrangement, it is actually much safer than allowing a company to file away your information somewhere in a drawer.

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Web Accessibility Checklist July 31, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

Web Accessibility Checklist

When designing a new website or updating it to adhere to the most up-to-date accessibility laws and regulations, there are many guidelines to follow. Making sure a website is accessible to all users, especially those with disabilities is important for a variety of reasons. Not only is it the law, but it can also be beneficial to a company. It allows them to have more visitors, make more sales, and obtain many customers for the long-term. Websites that are inaccessible to those with disabilities may not only hurt sales or the number of visitors but can, more importantly, be frustrating to its users.

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Web Accessibility Compliance for Inclusivity July 25, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

Web Accessibility Compliance for Inclusivity

Today’s online environment, in the context of human history, is a thing of wonder. Never before in the span of human development has there been any invention capable of allowing people to converse instantly from across the globe. Our digital capabilities—to share content, entertain, educate, and conduct business—are unparalleled. Truly, we are all fortunate to live in a time such as this one.

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JavaScript (JS) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

In today’s online environment, there seems to be no end to the kind of websites that web developers can create. Once, developers were limited to only using Hypertext Markup Language and Cascading Style Sheets—HTML and CSS—in constructing sites. Now, however, these two elements are only considered the foundation or the “bones” of a website. The bulk of the programming work of a site or the “muscles” lies with the integration of Javascript. Developers fluent in Javascript can create amazing online content: interactive graphics, embedded videos, and reactive elements, just to name a few examples. With other design tools based in Javascript, the sky is truly the limit when it comes to website design.

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What is Negative SEO, and How to Defend Yourself May 31, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

What is Negative SEO, and How to Defend Yourself

In today’s business environment, one of the most important, if not the most important, advertising channels is the Internet. Getting a business’ website and its products and/or services online and into the viewing eye is crucial for profitability. To achieve this, web developers perform Search Engine Optimization—SEO for short—to raise a website’s rank on the results page of search engines.

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