Why Focus Content on Customer Pain Points?

Pain points are, quite literally, the problems that can really make clients crazy. They are the inconveniences and inefficiencies that get in the way on a regular basis. Stemming from external and internal factors, there's usually a slightly elusive solution, making them that much more frustrating. The search for best practices, information, and tools for alleviating pain points is typically ongoing, which is why creating content around relevant solutions opens avenues for communication with potential clients.

What Is the Difference Between Traditional and Headless CMS?

  When considering the entirety of a website, including all the behind-the-scenes efforts and technology necessary for functionality, all the front end components would be considered the "head". Not to be confused with the actual "" element and inclusive content written into the code of the website, this analogy represents the front end, also considered the "face" of the website as it is what the end-users sees. 
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What Are the Types of CMS? Headless, Traditional and Decoupled

In choosing a CMS, there is much to consider. A myriad of options exist today, with technological innovations targeting different functionalities and making the question of choosing no easy task.  The three main types of CMS can be determined by their structure; Traditional, Decoupled, and Headless. 

What Are the benefits of Headless CMS?

As noted in our eBook on Headless CMS, while "the concept of the content management system (CMS) has been around for over 20 years," much has changed online. Websites and the internet are now relied-upon resources for informational, transactional and navigational user experiences. The quality of the experience in accessing this information has risen exponentially in importance, dictating how information is disseminated, secured and accessed. 

Why Choose a Headless CMS Platform?

A Headless CMS is a content management system where the "web head" (i.e. the rendering of the web pages) is not part of the system, hence the term "headless". Headless CMSs do not deliver web pages, but collect and distribute content via APIs, leaving the website front-end to fetch and display the content.
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Automating Mobile Device Quality Assurance

In a perfect world an application would be used on one device, on one browser, on the same operating system. Unfortunately the days of monolithic systems where an application need only be tested on the one device that it was intended for are gone. Today, hundreds of new and old mobile devices are in circulation running different  versions of software using different browsers rendering application in a myriad of different ways. This has severely complicated the testing process and forced testing professionals to radically change their approach. 
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React JS, A Hands On Review

Front-End Development and JavaScript Frameworks When thinking about front-end development, everything boils down to three key areas: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. HTML (HyperText Markup Language) defines the structure of a webpage, CSS (Cascading StyleSheets) describes the styles for your site, and JavaScript handles anything interactive in those pages.
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VideoCast: GDPR Compliance


4 Principles of Impactful Charts and Infographics

April 26, 2018, was the first U.S. celebration of International Chart Day , an event to commemorate and raise public awareness of charts and infographics. Krista Hennings, agency Q’s Tech Director of Front End, attended the event and is sharing some tips on data visualization that were reinforced by the event.

Google Analytics is Killing Website Design Research

How Google is Making Us Lazier (again) Few companies would begin any new capital expenditure without performing the appropriate level of market research to ensure that they're spending their money wisely. Why then do so many organizations leap into website design or redesign projects with very little effort put into market research? The increased availability of site data that has come with widespread implementation of Google Analytics across websites, has led many design professionals to believe that they're receiving all the information they need right from their Google account.
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