Like an athlete at the Olympics, your website should be fit and free from injury. This way you can achieve the best performance and value from your website every day.
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QR codes are becoming widely used, so in this blog I explore how you can turn them into your own unique design, and how to measure how much they are used by your consumers.
The importance of a website's purpose has changed vastly in recent years. Having worked with council and central government organisations since 2004, we’ve witnessed a shift in the responsibility of the website from IT to marketing, and more recently to customer services. This highlights a change in the opinion surrounding websites as most organisations are now aiming to attract users online, in a move called 'channel shift'.
At Siteimprove we work with corporate social responsibility (CSR) as an essential part of the growth we experience in our three main markets in the UK, USA and in Denmark. A lot of initiatives have already been introduced, for instance we work hard to contribute to a higher degree of Web Accessibility on public and private websites. We wish to minimise our carbon footprint and offer our employees a sound and exciting working environment, in order to encourage employees to create new and even better Web Governance solutions for our customers.