Name.com is getting a bit of a makeover! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out an update that will change our current navigation to a new and improved design.
October 2017 site updates
Happy Halloween, friends! Today might be a day full of spooky sites and scary costumes, but one thing you don’t have to be frightened of is bad UI/UX on our site. After all, our team has made a few more site updates this month that customers are sure to appreciate.
September site updates to check out now
Another month has come and gone, and we’ve rolled out a few new changes on the website that you may not have noticed. Here are some new features you can look forward to.
What’s new on Name.com, August edition
As always, our team has been busy rolling out a few UI/UX changes on Name.com this month to address customer feedback and make the site better than ever. Here are a few highlights of what’s new.
A simple guide to web accessibility
“The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”—Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web
Did you know that people with disabilities are still capable of browsing the internet?
For the past couple of years there’s been a persistent bug on Name.com. It wasn’t a big bad bug that caused the website to break or put any users at risk. It was more of a small annoying UI bug that certainly caused frowny faces, sad pandas, and feelings of frustration for our users.
Choosing the right products and services for your websites can be confusing. What’s WordPress? Do I need hosting? What if I don’t know how to code? How do I get my own email address?
These are pretty common questions for someone building a website for the first time, so we’ve taken a stab at simplifying the process. Creating a website for your business or an online portfolio for your job search is super important, and it shouldn’t be super hard. We’ve built a tool that will help you choose exactly what you need based on the type of website you have in mind.
Over the past few months our team has been hard at work behind the scenes to completely rebuild Name.com one page at a time. Why? We want to give our customers the best user experience when searching for, buying, and managing domains … especially on mobile devices.
We were perusing Entrepreneur Magazine (you may recall our appearance in the prestigious publication) and we came across a Boulder company sharing some dire news: If you’re a small or medium business and your website isn’t loading fast enough, then you’re going to have a hard time competing. The Amazons and Ebays of the world have entire teams dedicated to optimizing their websites. What they don’t have, however, is one Mr. Robert Shires. He’s part of the brilliant team behind Lagrange Systems, a company dedicated to turning your eCommerce up to the speed of mind-blowing astonishment. Shires isn’t only technically savvy, but also hilarious, so you get necessary information about improving your website speed (aka Application Delivery) without drowning in tech talk. And, as you’ll see, we’ve taken measures to make sure he stays away from mind-numbing buzzwords.
Todd Clary and Colin Thomas-Arnold build apps. Todd is the creative side and Colin is the coder–but wait! They’ve discovered a working relationship that blends the creative and the code. No longer two separate entities working in two different worlds for one project, they advise business owners that for the best app you need a coder who’s more than a “black box” into which you can pour instructions. You need more than a code monkey, but a guy who gets the importance of the user experience. This is Part 1:
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