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5 Ways to Design for a Local Audience

In a recent post, I discussed how caution needs to be taken when designing websites for a global audience. Different cultures perceive things like color quite differently from one another. Devices that might be popular in one region of the world might not be used in another. And the customs each country has—even for something as seemingly insignificant as filling out a contact form—can vary greatly. Needless to say, global web design needs to be greatly simplified and neutralized in order to appeal to a broader audience

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WordPress Twenty Nineteen Theme Review

Xmas is on its way, and so is WordPress 5.0. There’s a lot of chatter about Gutenberg—the new content editor in WordPress—which I haven’t actually used yet but might try at some point. Others of us are more cautiously optimistic, so a lot of theme developers are going to have some work to do.

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MarTech Landscape: What’s the difference between a data warehouse and a data lake?

For marketers, the difference is more than just the choice of metaphors. The post MarTech Landscape: What’s the difference between a data warehouse and a data lake? appeared first on…

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