As an aspiring author it’s always exciting to be quoted just about anywhere. It is assuring that all that work with your book was not for nothing. That you at least got some recognition for the effort made. We all know how many books we buy is not equal to the books actually being read.Continue reading →
This material on web analytics was left over when I wrote on the book Web Strategy for Everyone, a book now available from the publisher Intranätverk ›
This is an intro for you who do not yet know if web analytics is for you.
Does your website have any visitors? Do you care about what the users do and whether they manage to achieve something beneficial during their visit? If you do not work at all with web analytics or measurability, one can wonder what the point is to publish anything at all. To work actively with web analytics is your chance to know if your website-related work and investments are meaningful – take that chance!Continue reading →
This material was left over when I wrote the book Web Strategy for Everyone. Rather than throwing it away, it is now published with some editing – though not quite as ambitious as it would’ve been in print 🙂
Search engine optimization is all about optimizing one’s web presence for search engines to take a liking to your site. It is often abbreviated SEO. Something quite different is keyword optimization – the editorial part of the process of SEO.Continue reading →
If you haven’t noticed already, both Lara Callender Hogan and Ilya Grigorik have released their books on web performance for free. Free as in read-on-the-web, not as in ebook or print, of course. Both Lara and Ilya originally released their books with the publisher O’Reilly Media, also known as “you know, the animal book’s” according to some of my friends.Continue reading →
For some reason intranets tend to adopt design conventions a couple of years late compared to the public Web. Going for responsive web design unfortunately is no exception.
Where I work, our public facing website went responsive in 2012, but our intranet is still lagging behind. Well, on the few occasions when I create content for our intranet I manually input code to make my images responsive. Continue reading →