WooCommerce 4.0 – New Reporting Tools

WooCommerce released version 4.0 on March 10th — this is a “major” release. The most notable addition is the inclusion of the WooCommerce Admin plugin into the core WooCommerce plugin. This includes a Javascript-driven interface for managing the backend, plus new reporting tools and a dashboard to monitor key metrics. They also updated the Action…

Responsive vs. Fluid Typography

Typography is arguably the most important aspect to any site—it communicates your brand’s message and objectives—yet it is often not given the attention it deserves. The current tech landscape includes all sorts of devices and screen resolutions, and designers and developers are expected to render content to work for all of these possible scenarios. We’ll…

Keeping up with Gutenberg

Gutenberg was released over half a year ago with WordPress 5.0. As with most big changes it came with mixed emotions, but since its inclusion into core there have been a lot of additions to the editor, and people seem to be warming up to it more and more. In this article, we will go…

4 Ideas for Using Dynamic Content in Email Marketing

In today’s email marketing climate, it should go without saying how important personalization is when advertising to your customers. Dynamic content is the content that changes within an email, allowing you to display personalized messages. This can be done with simple techniques like showing a subscriber’s name in an email or advanced techniques such as…