The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

Top 39 Influencer Marketing Tools for Social Media Marketing

Social media influencer marketing is a method that businesses use to spread the message of a particular brand across various social media platforms. This is often done with the aid of different social media accounts that have successfully managed to gain massive amounts of followers. All of these followers will likely be exposed to the message that a brand is trying to get out if that brand uses these major accounts for advertising. Social media influencer marketing can cost many different amounts. It all depends on how much money you want to spend.

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What is a SWOT Analysis for Project Planning? November 12, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

What is a SWOT Analysis for Project Planning?

Regardless of what field or industry one works in, one must be able to plan a work project. As much as digital technology and the online environment has changed virtually every industry, the skills, tools, and techniques for project planning remain relevant. To remain competitive, businesses must be able to plan out every aspect of a project (or as many as possible) including areas for improvement, potential risks, and areas for growth, to name only a few. This requires team leaders to achieve a clear, thorough understanding of the project requirements, the business environment, and a wealth of other factors, in order to develop the best plan going forward.

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Top 50 Screen Capture Tools for Taking Screenshots October 22, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

Top 50 Screen Capture Tools for Taking Screenshots

Being able to share content online has become commonplace in today’s online environment. One of the easiest and most common methods of sharing is through capturing screenshots. The method is fairly self-explanatory: it simply involves recording and saving an image of what one is looking at on one’s web browser. Once saved, screenshots can be edited, personalized, and transmitted through the internet, to any target audience that one chooses.

Today, practically every computer on the market comes pre-installed with basic screen-capture functions. Most users are familiar with the “Print Screen” key on the keyboard and know how to save and manipulate a screenshot captured this way. This basic functionality might be sufficient for most, but for users that go the extra distance, basic editing may not be enough. Fortunately, there is a wide variety of screen capturing tools on the market that can provide the extra options that savvy users look for.

Screen capturing programs cover a wide arc in their capabilities, and their availability. Some are geared towards editing and sharing 2-D images, some offer 3-D options, and some programs even have audio functionality. Several tools are specific to one operating system or browser (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.), while others can function on multiple systems. Finally, some of these tools are offered free of charge, while others require a fee. The type of posting that users prefer will determine exactly which tools they will need. Although the number of tools available is far higher than what we cover here, we will focus on 50 of the most popular programs.

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 Top 30 Application Programming Interface (API) Testing Tools

There is an app—a computer application—for just about everything these days. The sheer number of apps and the range of their functions boggles the mind. Furthermore, if an app for a given problem or need does not exist, it seems to be easy to develop it. This short development time is likely due to advances in the field of APIs.

API or Application Programming Interface is a well-thought-out methodology of building computer software. Simply put, it involves having all the components of software development readily available to programmers: the software definitions, protocols, and tools used to build programs. The specifications for APIs are incredibly varied and can include routines, data structures, and variables, to name a few. Regardless, APIs follow a number of general principles.

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Why Use a Visual Sitemap Generator October 16, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

Why Use a Visual Sitemap Generator

  A visual sitemap acts as a planner for your website. It can be used in the same way as a set of directions if you are traveling to a location that you have never been to before. It can also be thought of as a set of instructions, seeing as how you have sat down well beforehand and made this sitemap so that it will help you successfully create your own website. It is a flowchart. We all grew up using flow charts for different classes whether we were in elementary school or college. So it only makes sense that we continue to plan out what we need to do in such a way as we are able to make things easier on ourselves.

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