If you have ever struggled with building a sitemap to present to a client or your marketing team there are two great tools that we use fairly frequently. The first is Slickplan.com which is a great sitemap building tool. It allows you to quickly create a hierarchical list view of pages. It also provides extra features such as adding comments, color coding, creating versions and many more features.
“A man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.” ~Henry David Thoreau, Walden After reading that recently I realized that is exactly why companies are willing to spend money on custom software to run their businesses. Are you curious to learn what we think a poet has to say about software development? Then this blog is for you.
Cryptocurrency is getting a lot of attention but few people thing about how it changes our everyday interactions. We've found 5 things that are significantly different when developing custom e-commerce sites.
2017 was a great year for Switchbox but it was also a year of seeing a lot of trends and changes in the development industry. I've been asked "What language do most companies in Columbus use?" a lot so I thought I'd give a really basic overview.
As software developers we often assume everyone knows what the difference is between a web app and a mobile app. Based on some of our client questions we realized there is a lot of confusion between Native App Development and Web App Development. Let us help clarify.
Sitecore is quickly gaining traction as a preferred CMS system by companies here in Columbus. We've been getting some request to do development work as well as a few simple questions. Hopefully this blog give you a little more information if you are thinking about building a new website using it as your CMS system.
What is one of the absolute worst UI mistakes you can make? Well I'm sure there are a lot but I just filled out a finanical application for one of the nations largest banks and I think their site qualifies. This blog is not to embarsse them but I thought it was a good example of how even the largest companies with the largest budgets make bad decisions when it comes to website design, development and UI/UX.
After you build a web application and get your users to start working with it how do you keep them engaged? How do you make sure your web application is used regularly? Using push notification via text message, email or any other medium is a great way to do that.