Static sites can have benefits, but they aren't right for every project! Learn seven reasons why an SSG might not be the best choice for your next project.
Is a CMS overkill for your next app? Could a static site generator improve performance, management and security? Learn about the benefits of using an SSG.
Learn how to start your own awesome development newsletter with Revue's Mark Schiefelbein.
Daniel Schwarz discusses UX writing, why it's important for designers to be excellent writers, and how punctuation can make copy look and sound appealing.
Dmytro Spilka introduces Google Data Studio, demonstrating how to present data from Google Analytics in a visually pleasing, client-friendly chart.
Ralph Mason discusses things you should think about when planning, scoping out and pitching article ideas to publishers, and how to write a killer outline.
Richard Hammond discusses the increasing importance of on-site engagement in search engine ranking algorithms, and how to optimize your engagement metrics.
One data source, unlimited endpoints – that's the dream. Porky proposes to convert your online content to 'InDesign'. It might be possible but is it good?
An individual web page now exceeds 2.2MB. Are pages 16% better than in 2014 or have developers and site owners unconsciously created an obesity epidemic?
Stephen Altrogge looks at how to create viral content without stooping to clickbait tactics, with high-value content, great headlines, humor and timing.
Ralph reviews the main uses of apostrophes in writing, covering possession and missing letters, it's vs its, and apostrophes with verbs and plural nouns.
Alex Walker explains what he looks for in an article intro and details how to write one for yourself together.
Powerpoint and Keynote are powerful, but also a deadend for your data. Chris shows-off the growing power and flexibility of open source presentation tools.
David Turnbull pits Jekyll and Middleman, his two favorite static blogging tools, against each other and looks at where each tool excels.
A well designed interface needs an equally elegant voice. Jerry talks about the elements that make for great interface copy.
Lukas Kahwe Smith discusses CMS Content Organization structures, comparing Trees to Facets to References to Tags. Running a CMS? You need to read this.
Find out how JotForm can empower your clients, free you from the daily development drudgery of form building and make you some bonus cash on the side!
Static blog generators are attractive to bloggers looking for low-cost, simple way to publish. David Turnbull outlines some you may not have heard of.
The web is stitched together with words, but often we don't consider words part of the UX. Georgina wants to know why there aren't more writers in UX.
You can learn a lot from data, but it's hard to measure happiness. Georgina looks at how user interviews can help you understand the hearts of your users.
Tim Evko takes a first look at "Hooked: How to Build Habit-forming Products", a new book offering a guide to making products people just have to use.
Forget crystal balls, mind-reading and second guessing your users. Georgina walks you through the subtleties of surveying your user base.
If you've ever wondered why your website development takes so long, this guide from Richa Jain to what it actually takes to create a website should help.
Stenography is 'old tech' that still makes sense today. Plover is an open source project designed to deliver 240 wpm typing to authors, bloggers and coders.
How do you know how your users are using your content? Georgina walks you through some of the hippest click tracking apps and heatmappers.
How much do bloggers really make? Is it really a world full of free stuff and travelling to exotic locations or do real bloggers work hard over many years?
SitePoint and Learnable are writing a new edition of the bestselling book, "HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World", and we're asking for your help, via GitHub.
Tim Evko shows 5 different ways people have harnessed web data, using the free tools from import.io.
When it comes to writing on the web, there's so much more than blogging or copywriting. Georgina Laidlaw suggests 5 new, fun ways to make money with words.