phases website design process

The entire website design process is equally important, from creating sitemaps and prototypes to mockups. While distinct, the overarching goal of sitemaps, prototypes, and mockups is to better explain jargon then can be done in the written word or vocally. We’ll review a few phases of the overall website design process, including planning, pre-design, and…

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Organize & Prioritize Your Website Marketing

In this post, I’ll talk about some techniques for finding the time to organize and execute your website marketing plans. You’ll walk away with some actionable items to help keep you moving forward on both fronts. I’ve struggled with calendar issues and never-ending to-do lists for as long as I’ve owned my business. I think…

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Calendly Tutorial

Let’s say you’re someone who typically schedules a lot of meetings. Your weekdays are jam-packed with team and client meetings, the list goes on and on. Whether you’re using a scheduling tool to book meetings and keep track of your schedule or not, we recommend using Calendly.  Here’s why: Calendly isn’t just another way to…

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Why Your Business Needs Content and Design

You may already know you need a beautiful, well-functioning, responsive website. But do you know why? A website gives you the ultimate opportunity to communicate with potential customers. It’s the one-stop-shop where they get to meet you, learn about your business, and decide if they want to purchase your product or service. Perfect. Now, how…

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How to Make Working from Home Work for You

Tips for Working From Home When You’re Not Used to Working From Home Many people across the world suddenly find themselves having to figure out how to work from home as Covid-19 forces us into isolation. Well, the team at Smack Happy has been working from home for a long-ass time now, so we got…

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website accessibility quote from Stevie Wonder

Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) compliance tells us that websites must be accessible for anyone, regardless of disability. Title III of the ADA indicates that any website with services that are available to the general public must be inclusive towards all people, including people with disabilities. If we choose to ignore this act, we could…

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less is more quote

So you dressed up your business’s digital footprint in order to get all of the attention that your business could get. You’re pulling leads left and right, both from organic and paid results. But, what if you have more leads and you’re just not getting the business you expected. The thing is, it’s not about…

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what happened to my wordpress post editor

If your WordPress Post Editor looks different, you probably just need to install the Classic Editor plugin for WP. The fairly recent WordPress 5.0+ ([simple_tooltip content=’The latest WordPress editor is named Gutenberg, like Johannes Gutenberg, who helped usher the democratization of knowledge! It was built with the intention to provide users of all levels of…

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