Cookie consent notices are now everywhere, cheerfully popping up every time you open a website. Today every website in the EU is required to display cookie consent notices after the relevant EU directive was signed by all member countries in 2011. However, even if your site is not hosted in the EU but is accessed by or targeted at EU consumers, you may be required to display a cookie notice on your site.
A significant factor in the success or failure of any website is the type of Content Management System (CMS) it uses. The CMS affects everything from search engine optimization (SEO) to security.
Whether you're an online influencer, a web retailer or a candlemaker, if you do business online, it's important to have a complete working SWOT Analysis for your brand. But just what is this analysis, why does it matter, how do you do one, and how often should you look at it?
When Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies were making new highs every day, investors could not get enough of these virtual forms of payment. From tech enthusiasts to technophobes, everyone wanted a piece of the virtual pie. Now that the tide has turned and cryptocurrency prices are falling, many of those same investors are changing their tune. Worse yet, some diehard cryptocurrency fans have soured on their favourite investment, dismissing Bitcoin and the like as a passing fad.
Businesses and organizations that operate in Ontario, Canada are required to familiarize themselves with Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Act is an equality policy that seeks to ensure that all Ontarians, whether disabled or not, are able to access all aspects and areas of a website. The Act applies to all companies and organizations operating in the province including public bodies and organizations.
Not-for-Profit websites require many of the same features as any website: user friendly, easy to navigate, purpose clearly defined, cross-device compatible, and visually appealing. But a Not-for-Profit website also needs to increase awareness, attract donors, find volunteers, and generate media attention.
Your idea and the idea's layout can be translated using a Software Design Document, the literal form of your idea, to help developers accurately design and program the applications to your specifications.
Startups Should First Create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) The concept of Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is an important one in today’s business world. Understanding and implementing this process from the beginning could be the difference between being one of the lucky (smart) ones who succeed in the market with a product or service, or landing flat on your face with a metaphorical splat.
When starting your business website, one of the first big decisions you have to make is whether you’re going to have it custom-made or build it on an out-of-the-box theme. Both options are very different and carry their own advantages and disadvantages.
e-dimensionz Inc. began consulting with a Ukrainian municipal council as part of a series of major digital reforms to stamp out corruption. View Presentation
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- Minimum Viable Product (MVP) for Startups
- AODA and WCAG: 2021 Web Accessibility Standards Deadline for Ontario
- How to Write a Software Design Document
- Blockchain - Moving Beyond Bitcoin
- Essential Features for a Not-for-Profit Website
- Why a Professional Website will always Beat Out a Cookie-Cutter Website
- Disadvantages of Website Builders
- How Smart Geotargeting Can Help Website Conversions
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