In what ways can taxonomy be utilized to improve the function of your website, especially as the amount of content grows? Here’s a helpful primer on the use and utility of taxonomy for your site, via available tools in your content management system (CMS). Continue reading
I’m not a meeting planner, but I attend and speak at a fair number of events. And I know a poorly designed meeting when I see one.
I recently attended an annual meeting that I speak at regularly, and this year it was just totally OFF. Disjointed scheduling. No general session to launch into the event, or a closing one to round it off. Poorly designed session rooms with bad acoustics. Odd, low quality food options. I could go on.
So I was eagerly awaiting my participation in XDP just 2 weeks later for an opportunity to take part in a bold new event STYLE and FOCUS on rethinking the entire meeting experience. Continue reading
The biggest deal in the history of association technology just went down. What are the ramifications?
Yesterday Abila, Aptify, and YourMembership were all purchased and put under a single umbrella called Community Brands.
This is likely the single biggest deal in the history of association technology and will clearly have significant ramifications on the association, thought it’s not yet clear exactly what those impacts will be.
Back by popular demand! If you’ve already failed in your new year’s diet, try your hand at a website detox and health regimen.
As one of the Washington Business Journal’s Book of Lists top web design firms, we were asked to provide expert, insider tips on what sites should (and shouldn’t) have in a great website design. Here’s what our team had to say: Continue reading
Launching a website should never be a “one and done” experience. Data analysis is critical to ensuring your site is optimized to best meet your goals. The beauty of analytics is that you don’t have to ask your board for a budget — there’s lot of meaningful metrics that you can bootstrap yourself and put to work immediately.