Stuff about web development


How Working Remotely Optimizes Our Team

We’ve posted a lot lately about website optimization. We are dedicated to the health and wellness of the websites we develop and deploy, but we also focus on the wellness of ourselves because optimized people make optimized websites. One way we do this is by cutting out the commutes and working as a distributed office.

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Investing in Discovery Sets the Foundation for Your Project’s Best Outcome

Have you ever heard the phrase “think from the end?” It was something an old boss of mine used to always say. The phrase stuck with me through the years and is so applicable to web projects. When you initiate a web project, you have to really understand what you are looking to achieve — what is the ideal end result? Determining what that looks like helps guide you in what cocktail of technologies and what type of team will get you to that ideal end point. That is why we feel it is so important to invest in discovery — doing the detective work to piece together your organization’s project goals and requirements.

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Why Your Website Should Be ADA Compliant

A healthy website is an optimized website. Optimization is not just about top search engine results, it takes into consideration a website’s overall performance. An optimized website gives users a positive experience and gets you better search engine placement. One way to optimize your website is to make sure your website is ADA compliant. What does this mean? Let’s dive in.

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Valuable Advice on Device Personalization

Want to find out how to tailor your site content to the device your visitors have their hands on?

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Getting Personal in Real Time

We talked about geolocation as one way to deliver personalized content. In a digital world, where time needs to travel in only one speed (fast) for users, real-time website personalization is also a very real feature used to deliver personalized, relevant web content based on a visitors actions or behaviors. If this concept is new to you or you need a refresher, we’ll go over what real-time website personalization actually is, what it does, and how it’s used.

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Geolocation Closes the Distance on Successful Web Experiences

Location, location, location. It’s the old adage that’s the key to success in business, and the same goes as a key to success with website personalization.

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Personalization Tactics That Improve Website Owner-Visitor Relationships

We’re taking things personally. That is, when we develop our websites, we’re taking it to the next level of personalization through geolocation, real-time personalization and device-based features that all help to increase conversions and engagement for both the client (for information gathering to use for future updates) and web visitors.

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Inclind Ranks as a Clutch Top 1000 Company

Here at Inclind, we have had an amazing year, between working with new clients, evolving our current clients' websites and finding and implementing new technology solutions — we are thrilled with all we have accomplished. We also have been focusing on our own brand, messaging and online presence, which included a renewed partnership with Clutch. On our Clutch profile this year alone, we have added 8 new reviews, and, out of the 11 reviews we have, we have a 4.9 out of 5 stars. It's hard to get much better than that. Due to this renewed effort and our amazing reviews, we have qualified as a Clutch Top 1000 Company! We have been a continual leader on their Drupal Web Development directory all year long, and are the leading web developer in Delaware, not an easy feat! This newest accolade, being a top 1000 company on their site, is just another amazing way to end 2018!

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Eat. Drink. Buy Art on Delmarva Launches a Magazine-Style Wordpress Website

Several years ago, the main street towns of Delmarva got together to pool forces to promote the localness of their towns through a partnership called Tourism and Downtown Development (TADD). The theme, Eat. Drink. Buy Art on Delmarva, is about small-town experiences focused on hand-crafted, unique and locally-made — from beers and cuisine, arts and crafts, shopping and performing arts.

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3 Things We Love about Pantheon

At Inclind, we have chosen to use Pantheon to host our clients’ sites. It gives us an efficient way to update and maintain dozens of sites in one place, so we thought we’d share 3 of our favorite things about Pantheon: It allows us to spin up multidev environments, giving us the ability to create a branch that is isolated from the main servers and letting us easily push changes from a dev site to a live site.

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Check Us Out on Clutch

Here at Inclind, we are inclined to declare ourselves great at what we do! We are proud of the work we produce and want to talk about it and show it off. That is normal for any company, but to prove that we are not biased, and our clients are just as pleased with our work as we are, we have started a new partnership. We are happy to announce our official partnership with Clutch, the Washington DC go to company for all things ratings and reviews related.

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Shell We Bounce Launches New WordPress Website

Shell We Bounce trampoline park has grown in popularity by leaps and bounds, literally, and it was time for their website to do a little more heavy lifting to get people through the door and on to the fun faster. </>

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Our New Cantilever Plugin is Improving the Way Developers Use Terminus

Look at us, connecting with the developer community with our very own plugin! Phil Everton, a developer here at Inclind, created a plugin for Patheon’s Terminus named Cantilever, that’s able to run commands on multiple sites at the same time instead of tediously sifting through each individual site to run commands.

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Better Living

We help revamp Erickson Living’s site with a second round of upgrades

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Peninsula Redesigned

Quality healthcare, web development style

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Talk Shop, Shopify that is

Inclind earns Shopify Expert status: what that means for the web agency, consumers and potential clients

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Going Local with Drupal 8 on Pantheon in Vlad

So I wanted to see what the difference was between using vlad for drupal 8 vs drupal 7. Check out Vlad

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Setting Up Android's Virtual Device

After installing Android’s SDK Emulator several times on OSX, I decided it was time to document it and make it really easy for anybody else at the office to get setup. If you’re wondering how to get your work station setup and running Android emulations, here are some easy to follow instructions for you to use.

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