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Animating SVGs with the Keyshape App

Animating SVGs with the Keyshape App

Using SVGs on web pages is an old idea that’s becoming newer and better with the rise of CSS animations. Let’s dive into what they are, how to go...

What You Need To Know About Gutenberg: The New WordPress Editor – Part 2

What You Need To Know About Gutenberg: The New WordPress Editor – Part 2

In Part 1 on Gutenberg, we covered what a WYSIWYG editor is and that a new one is coming to WordPress at some point in 2018. Recently, I took...

How to Tell a Story with your Website

How to Tell a Story with your Website

Your website is a sales and marketing asset for your business – at least, it should be. It should be clear, helpful, memorable, and speak directly to your audience....

What You Need To Know About Gutenberg: The New WordPress Editor – Part 1

What You Need To Know About Gutenberg: The New WordPress Editor – Part 1

An exciting development in WordPress is coming in version 5.0 slated to launch later in 2018. A brand new editor, named Gutenberg, is going to change the way we...

Mobile Site Speed Matters

Mobile Site Speed Matters

Read this out loud: One Mississippi Two Mississippi Three Mississippi Four Mississippi Five Mississippi Now, imagine you just clicked a link – begin reading: One Mississippi Two Mississippi Three...

The Biggest Lesson We’ve Learned in Web Development Efficiency

The Biggest Lesson We’ve Learned in Web Development Efficiency

We’ve created hundreds of WordPress sites for our clients. Repetition and reflection are the keys to improving any process, and our web process is no different. We’re always striving...

3 Web Trends to Watch in 2018

3 Web Trends to Watch in 2018

New year, new trends. Here at Syrup, we’re constantly staying up to date with the latest web trends, keeping up with the industry so we can leverage the freshest of...

Everything on This Blog is Wrong

Everything on This Blog is Wrong

Blogs…it is way too easy to jot down some thoughts and put it out there…for the world…forever! Earlier this week, I was tempted just to kill every post on...

Practice Makes (Almost) Perfect

Practice Makes (Almost) Perfect

“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” ― Aristotle, The Nicomachean Ethics Let’s say I wake up tomorrow and...

Speaking to Your Audience

Speaking to Your Audience

We’ve all been there before. You’re watching a presentation thinking, “How is this even relevant to me? Please be over soon!” It’s oftentimes a painful process, but we all...