Diagnose Your Site’s Core Web Vitals with Lighthouse

Site performance is the future. In the early days, building a website was all about seeing what the web could do. Catching the user’s eye was more important than being fast. Trying a cool new menu design sometimes took priority over actually navigating the menu. Everyone was learning and building and sharing what worked and…

Using Google Maps on Your Website

Online maps generated by satellites are a staple of modern society. The days of printing out a MapQuest page or trying to guess whether you just passed “the third right after the tree” are largely over. But are you properly utilizing this technology? Let’s go over some ways you can use online maps, primarily Google…

The Evolution of Web Design

The world of web development and design is always evolving. When the first website, CERN, went live in 1992, it was entirely text based with no real layout to speak of. As time went on, the possibilities of the web led to incredible developments from innovators all over the world. In 1993, ALIWEB launched what…