Every website needs a webserver to power it, and most developers don't stop to think long about their choice - Apache1. However, here at Pinkston Digital, we use a different webserver on the websites we host: LiteSpeed.
This summer, I got to intern at Pinkston Digital, and I couldn't have had a better experience. During my internship, I helped carry a website from project start to launch, do various work on sites that we maintain, transfer sites to a new hosting server, and other miscellaneous tasks. Here are a few things I learned:
The term ‘content marketing’ has caught on in recent years. In today’s information age, the sales and marketing landscape has experienced a seismic shift. In the past, salespeople had an enormous information advantage over the buyer, as the buyer didn’t have the same access to information. In that environment, sellers entered a conversation with the upper hand, and buyers had little power to talk back.
Blocks strike just about all of us working in creative fields from time to time, but there are plenty of great methods for overcoming them. Here, we'll talk about some of our team's strategies for getting unstuck.
Here's a simple, easily replicated UI design process that we follow. It allows us to produce consistent, high-quality work that accomplishes organizational goals, meets user intent, and inspires delight.