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Posts Tagged ‘Websites’

Test Case Respositories

How Do I Choose the Best QA Test Case Repository for My Team?

Considering the growing importance of mobile and web applications, choosing a QA Test Repository for your organization can be a daunting task with the options available on the market.  It can be difficult to determine where to start when evaluating tools and options. We can help jumpstart that process! Let’s dig into the benefits and […]

Automotive Companies Need to Take Back the Online Shopping Space

Why are automotive companies allowing third-party auto sites to control and dominate the online car shopping process? Next time you are sitting on your couch watching TV or online streaming video, pay attention to the automotive commercials. One thing you may notice is that none of them tell you to go to their website in […]

Perficient + Adobe Play Key Roles in Award-Winning Website Redesign

Recently, Cardinal Health, one of our healthcare clients, received Modern Health’s Marketing IMPACT award for the latest redesign of its website. I was personally involved in the release, so it carries a point of pride for me. However, it’s interesting to note the technology underpinnings that made the redesign a reality. It’s Adobe all the way – […]

Accurate Websites Are Critical – In Any Language

  A recent article that I read alluded to the fact that regulatory bodies are struggling to keep their websites updated, which could lead to misinformation or a lack of information for consumers and companies interested in a country’s regulations and policies. The story specifically pointed to the English and Korean versions of South Korea’s […]

Windows Azure: Web Roles vs. Websites

Windows Azure has many different devices for publishing and consuming content.  Two of those which are often confused are web roles and web sites.  The two are very similar and share some common strengths, but given specific conditions one may fit your need better than the other.  For example, web roles and web sites will […]

Progressive Enhancement vs Graceful Degradation

The Web marches inexorably forward, and we love to see the innovations that come from that progress. But usually, a proportion of your users won’t see the new hotness. They’re stuck on an old ‘n busted browser that they either can’t update (because IE8 is the highest version of IE available for Windows XP, and […]

SEO Checklist For New Webpages

Adding a new webpage to your website is a great fresh content strategy that attracts search engine crawlers. This signals to both search engines and human visitors that your website is valuable and not static. However, just adding a page without any optimization is not very helpful. Here are five things to do when adding […]

SEO Before and After Website Redesigns

A lot of clients approach Perficient with the desire to redesign an existing website, which typically involves new site architecture. Although a fresh and improved design and architecture can positively impact user experience, navigation, search robots crawling and consequently search engine rankings, it’s important to develop an SEO migration plan that covers action items before […]

4 Don’ts After SEO Implementation

Whenever we worry about being number one on search engine results for a specific keyword, we usually think about optimizing the on-page and off-page factors involved in SEO. But we usually don’t stop to think what we should not do after optimizing a website. Here are 4 things you should not do after SEO Implementation:

6 Ways to Check if Google Penalized Your Site

At Perficient we always stress to clients that SEO is constantly changing, taking short cuts is not an option, and human visitors are priority #1 and robot visitors are priority #2. But what happens when all the SEO “black hat” techniques that worked like a charm in the past start affecting your website and rankings? […]

How to Make Parent-Child Lists and Forms in SharePoint 2010

In this article we will explore how to make parent-child list relationships in SharePoint 2010, at both the list level and the user interface form level. At the list level, we will describe how to use a Lookup field to create the relationship at the list level. At the user interface level, we will document […]

Custom Principles of SharePoint Development & User Experience

Microsoft’s latest release of SharePoint (SharePoint 2010) has been gaining more and more traction lately in the collaboration/portal space as well as the public website/ digital marketing space. As such, organizations are trying to maximize their investment by enhancing their SharePoint solution with custom functionality and improved user experience. Let’s be frank, the out-of-the-box SharePoint […]