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Do you Need to Rewrite Content for Your New Website?

Posted by drew on July 29, 2015

When investing in a website redesign, do you also need to completely rewrite all the content on your site? Sometimes yes, sometimes no.


How to Use django-compressor Offline Compression with Widgy

Posted by gavin on July 21, 2015

With django-compressor, we normally use in-request compression, but that doesn't work for multi-server setups, so that's when you need offline compression.


3 Steps for an Evolutionary Approach to UX Design

Posted by drew on July 17, 2015

We practice evolutionary user experience (UX) design here at Fusionbox. What does that mean exactly?


Why and How You Should Write Progressively Enhanced Idempotent (Stateless) JavaScript

Posted by antoine on July 13, 2015

Don't underestimate your number of users without JavaScript enabled. Write progressively enhanced idempotent JavaScript for them.


Problems with Computer Science Education

Posted by alex on July 6, 2015

Computer Science degrees don't adequately prepare students to work as programmers. Here is what students need in order to connect the dots.


You Can't Always Trust Google Analytics

Posted by drew on June 29, 2015

There are a lot of spammers who will try to manipulate your reports in Google Analytics, so view your data with caution.


How Quickly Can You See SEO Results?

Posted by drew on June 22, 2015

One of the big questions my clients ask me if how fast they will see results from Fusionbox's SEO efforts.


Upcoming Panda Update Means You Need to Re-Check Your Content

Posted by drew on June 5, 2015

An update to the panda algorithm is coming within the next four weeks, so here are the steps to performing a content audit for your site.


Django OneToOneFields are Hard to Use, Let’s Make Them Better

Posted by rocky on June 1, 2015

Django's OnToOneField is a useful tool, but it's not always the easiest thing to use. Here are some things we've done to smooth the rough edges.


Fusionbox's django-authtools Cited in a Book

Posted by fusionbox on May 29, 2015

We recently found out that a Django library we posted on GitHub had been cited in a book.

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