What Web Browsers (and Devices) Are Your Website Viewers Using?

The video below has been widely shared on LinkedIn and is a great animation showing how different web browsers have dominated over time.  Understanding how users access your site has a lot of value. If you know which browsers they are using and what type of devices they view your site, you can ensure your site looks the best and is working correctly for most of your users. Not all […]

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WordPress page builders and visual editors: Why you should avoid them and how to transition off of them

WordPress visual page builders have been around for a long time. They were introduced because of the limitations of older versions of the WordPress editor. Since WordPress was initially created as a blogging platform, the Classic Editor in WordPress was built for basic content like text and images. This limited the types of layouts someone could easily create unless they knew HTML. What are WordPress visual editors? Visual editors or […]

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Non-Profit Website Redesign: Goodwill Northern New England

Goodwill Northern New England is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that not only has stores with great deals and places to donate used goods but helps people achieve their life and work goals. This includes programs to help people find a job, home, care, or training they need. Headquartered in Gorham, Maine, Goodwill NNE has a large service area comprised of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Visible Logic started with an audit […]

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Branding Compass Website Wins Award

Winner: 2022 American Digital Design Award Visible Logic is excited to announce the redesigned Branding Compass website was a winner in the 22nd Annual GDUSA Digital Design Awards. Graphic Design USA presents this industry award annually, formerly known as a ‘Web Design’ award. This year’s award was expanded to include online experiences like social media, email marketing, and more. The site was selected from over 2,400 other applicants, a record-breaking […]

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Google Analytics Account Creation and Access

Google Analytics can provide valuable information about who visits your website, where they go, and how they got there. Creating an account is free and can give you insights into who is viewing and interacting with your site. To use Google Analytics, you’ll need a Google account. This can be a Gmail address or sign into your Google account with another email using these steps. You’ll need to have a […]

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