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From Buildings to Websites: The Guiding Forces of Architecture

ux and architecture

By Melissa Paré

Architecture is defined as both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. Information architecture or IA is similar to building architecture in that it organizes elements of design in a way that is pleasing to user behavior. For websites, information architecture is used to support a well-crafted user experience. 

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3 Easy Steps to Remarketing on Facebook

facebook remarketing

By Colleen Bielinski

Tags: social media

There are over 1.86 billion monthly active Facebook users and more than half of Americans use Facebook regularly. This means that even if Facebook doesn’t seem like an appropriate advertising platform for your business (a manufacturing plant, for example), your customers are most likely somewhere on Facebook.

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Sick of Spreadsheets? Let’s Get Visual!

google data studio

By Luanne Wojciechowski

Tags: google

This February, Google announced that it was making its Data Studio product free for all! With that news, you are either jumping for joy or asking yourself “what the heck is the Data Studio?” We’re here to help.

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How To Set Meaningful Goals in Google Analytics

google analytics goals

By Luanne Wojciechowski

Tags: google

You’ve taken the first step and are diving into your newly created Google Analytics account! You spend a lot of time making your website great – now it’s time to measure its success by setting up – and tracking – goals.

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