Four Reasons Your FinTech Firm Needs Modern Web Development Technology
by Darrell Wilkins on 18 Oct 2021
The majority of FinTech firms should replace their legacy server-based website with a modern tech stack. Why?: Technology choice is a reflection of your brand, developers seeking jobs will judge your tech, you need a high-performance site to differentiate your firm, and rapid growth demands adaptable tech.
What High Performance Really Means for Enterprise FinTech Websites
by Darrell Wilkins on 08 Oct 2021
Most people define website performance as the measurement and optimisation of page load times. But this narrow view hinders your firm's ability to achieve the high performance site your FinTech business needs. Start by properly articulating what high performance means and learn the steps needed to achieve it.
Why Building Enterprise-Level FinTech Websites Goes Wrong— Plus three Strategies to Get Yours Right
by Darrell Wilkins on 31 Aug 2021
FinTech firms struggle to efficiently build enterprise-level websites. Setting clear goals, effectively managing stakeholders and completing tasks in the right order will help you avoid mistakes, costly rework and an inadequate final site.
The Fundamentals of Website Performance.
by Simeon Griggs on 20 Jun 2021
Google penalises slow loading websites. More importantly, so do your users. Learn how to analyse your website performance and fix common problems.
Should I Use a Carousel?
by Darrell Wilkins on 21 Apr 2021
Carousels promise much; yet, they frustrate users, convert poorly and degrade performance. You should avoid them everywhere but never use them above-the-fold on your homepage.
How Site Speed Affects SEO
by Darrell Wilkins on 23 Mar 2021
Site speed plays a critical role in SEO. Relevance is the top-ranking factor. But how your site performs will affect your ranking in search engine results.
Why Site Speed Matters
by Darrell Wilkins on 22 Feb 2021
Website speed directly affects your business performance. Fast loading sites have better user experience, drive more conversions and rank higher for SEO. People perceived slow loading sites as less credible, lower quality and more frustrating.
No One Will Ever Complain About How Simple Something Is to Understand.
by Darrell Wilkins on 11 Feb 2021
Simple is not the same as dumbing down. When creating a website, you should assume that your users know nothing, but are not stupid. You will build better features and create better content. That will lead to higher performance and more sales.