Photo by Matheus Vinicius on Unsplash At Riselabs, we’re all about ensuring each process we carry out is as efficient as possible. We’re always mindful of the way we’re doing things. If there’s a way we can reach our outcomes with more efficiency and better answers to our questions, then it’s something that’s addressed.
The importance of a good website can not be understated when trying to appeal to your target market. So, what should you look at to evaluate whether your website’s performance is enough?
When sharing quality content on your social channels, there’s the option for using a third party system to curate content that supports your efforts. We’re moving away from aggregated content, and here’s why.
Designing the software your business needs should always be preceded by carefully assessing what the requirements are. Before a line of code should be written, developing an in-depth, measurable plan should be a priority.
As advocates of efficiency, Riselabs uses a number of great tools that enhance what your team is capable of. Here’ s some readily available tools that offer a helping hand in your business day.
Prior to any website development, it’s common practice to design a sitemap. This is essentially a mapped out version of your website will work, showing where pages are and how features relate to one another.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect next year, prompting all businesses to review how they capture, handle and store the data of individuals.
Following the highly successful event last year, the STEM Festival 2017 will be taking place at the Allia Future Business Centre on Sunday 1st October from 09:30 until 16:00.
Roundup of WordPress plugins we love and use First of all, WordPress is an incredibly powerful content management system by itself, and add a handful of plugins, and you’ll have yourself a fully extended e-commerce site, business website, blog or resource platform etc. Therefore here is our list of WordPress Plugins we love and use on […]
In software, the Minimum Viable Product (MVP), refers to software with just enough functionality to work for its intended use.