Welcome to the place where you can meet us from the backstage. The place where you will have a deeper insight into how our work looks like. And finally – the place from which you will get a large dose of web design knowledge, a regular portion of case studies, as well as a handful of inspiration for your own projects. Welcome to Cut2Code’s technology blog! As we would love to show you a wide perspective of working on projects for the Internet, our blog is something more than just a space for web developers looking for web design best practices. Here, you will also find a great variety of fresh tips straight from our Project Manager, Content Manager, SEO Specialist, Sales Manager, and other Cut2Code’s Minds. We have gathered all our thoughts and experiences in several categories: Technology, News, Sales, Guest Posts, Case Studies, and Our Backstage. Hope you will find your favorite one. Enjoy!
Sending and receiving emails is one of the things that we all have to do in our day-to-day business lives. With such a substantial part of our time spent on communication, it makes sense to figure out some key rules and stick to them, making sure you are understood, no piece of information gets overseen an you make a good impression on your client. In this article, I’ll enlist the ways that make this work…
It sometimes happens that when building an online shop, you’re not able to find the perfect theme that meets all your needs – both from the visual and functional perspective. Especially when the options you need go beyond the default possibilities of WooCommerce. So the best thing to do is to choose a theme that comes closest to your ideal page and to install appropriate extensions (plugins), which will enrich your website with custom functions.
After long months of teasing, expecting and ideas getting thrown around, the largest and most anticipated WordPress release for at least the last 4 years, is finally here. Among other things, it finally drops the WYSIWYG content edition system everyone grew to like, or at least tolerate, and replaces it with the groundbreaking Gutenberg editor teased for at least a year. What does it mean for everyone involved and what are the potential benefits and drawbacks of such a drastic change?
User Experience design improves our interactions with digital products. It is an interdisciplinary field that encompasses, among others: visual design, IA (Information Architecture), content strategy, or even cognitive psychology (how we perceive, remember, and what we pay attention to). Take a look at 6 page layouts that will improve User Experience and take your web design to a whole new level.
Everyone makes mistakes, including web developers. It is estimated that for 1000 lines of code there are approximately 30 bugs, and only 30% get noticed by users. What's more, every 0,29 second, a new website appears, so when all these numbers culminate, it turns out that there is a considerable amount of bugs that need to be fixed each day. According to Trincetis, the IT industry lost $ 1 700 000 000 000 due to the costs of eliminating code errors. To illustrate the gravity of this problem, the mentioned amount of money adds up to 386% of the annual Polish GDP… So how to avoid this problem? This article will give you the answer.