Should you use JPG, PNG, or SVG?

Allen Hsu with UX Collective, has put together a funny little info-graphic to help us decide which type of extension we should use when putting images on a website. While this particular info-graphic is meant to be humorous, it actually provides a good source of information for what extensions are best in various circumstances.

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7 CSS Tips For Better Website Performance

Page load speed is one of the most important aspects of a website in 2019. If your page loads slow there’s a good chance your visitors will exit the page and look elsewhere to find what they need. Below are a few tips that can help ensure your website is designed with performance in mind.

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Five Web Design Turn-offs

The level of online competition has sky-rocketed over the last few years. With more and more companies utilizing online marketing and ads in attempt to outperform their rivals. Given the difficulty of acquiring new clients online you may try and do everything in your power to create an elegant user experience for your visitors, but there are a handful of “website turn-offs” you should know.

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Farm Bureau Family Credit Union Launches New Site

Congratulations to Farm Bureau Family Credit Union on their new site launch! The website features a clean, modern design with a red and white color scheme. The home page features rotating banners for current promotions. It also features large buttons for quick access to frequently used links on the site. An a modern mobile/tablet responsive look and feel.  Take a look at their new website: https://farmbureaufamilycu.org/

Easy Ways to Secure Your WordPress Website

WordPress has become a powerful platform used by many businesses and bloggers across the world. With an increased number of users comes an increased number of threats/hackers. To help combat some of these threats we’ve compiled a short list of some simple security measures you can include on your site.

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Microsoft Wants You To Stop Using IE

Microsoft understands that there are still a lot of businesses and organizations using Internet Explorer. Maybe because it supports legacy web apps or its just something the company has been used to for many years. Old habits die hard however, and Microsoft is now urging it’s users to finally embrace a modern browser.

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