Creativity and aesthetics are important when creating a website. However, it’s even more important to know when to reel it in and let user experience, accessibility, and trust guide your design, argues David Damstra.
Lead Developer of E-Commerce Keegan Krajniak discusses how internet retailing—when used effectively—will help your credit union not only with sales, but with streamlining communication.
Apple is a tough critic when it comes to accepting mobile apps on their store, from the icon you use to the internal design, it’s all heavily scrutinized. Having been through this process himself, Kristian Daniel lays out some of the common reasons mobile apps are rejected, and how to help yours pass inspection.
Casey Smith, in the second installment of his series regarding your website’s speed, answers daunting questions such as what to do if your site’s speed is less than ideal and how you can go about identifying the culprit and fixing the issue.
Back again to help improve your credit union website, Casey Smith analyzes the importance of your site’s loading speed, and what tools you can use to assess and improve it, along with your conversion rate.
With Domino’s Pizza under fire for lack of accessibility, Susanna Wojtkowiak discusses what impact this court case could have on the future of ADA compliance on the web, how this might effect your website, and what steps you should take towards accessibility.
Looking for ways to make your website a more effective space for retailing? David Damstra, shares five essential things to improve the overall quality of your site and how your users experience it.
Keeping your website accessible is essential, but it can be an overwhelming task. Thankfully, CUSO Magazine sat down with Quality Administrator, Susanna Wojtkowiak to discuss the process of making (and keeping) a site accessible.
A CUSO’s website is the best tool you didn’t know you had. Megan Ernsberger details the biggest advantages of a CUSO’s site, and what you may be missing out on.