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We publish helpful articles for people who make and manage websites.

• By Jake Dohm

Quick Start: Gridsome + Craft CMS GraphQL API

Craft CMS is a fantastic CMS that just got a whole lot easier to use with Gridsome (or any static site generator). The Craft team appears to have noticed the trend of people starting (or hoping) to use Craft as a Headless CMS.” Now, in the newest release (Craft 3.3), they’ve added an out-of-the-box GraphQL… Read More

• By Garrett Winder

Use cases for a Craft Multi-Site setup

Use cases for a Craft Multi-Site setup

The team at Good Work is no stranger to Craft CMS, and we love highlighting its awesome features, both from the development and user side of things. One of my favorite Craft features is called Multi-Site, and allows users to run multiple websites from a single Craft installation. With Multi-Site you can share content… Read More

• By Gavin Platt

Website Accessibility & ADA Compliance

Website Accessibility & ADA Compliance

You’ve probably heard of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), a set of recommendations to help ensure your website’s content is accessible to people with disabilities. Here we’ll provide an overview of the WCAG guidelines, why they matter to you and how to best implement them moving forward. Meeting WCAG Read More

• By Garrett Winder

How to setup an SEO-friendly Craft CMS website

How to setup an SEO-friendly Craft CMS website

Outside of general ease-of-use and editing capabilities, it’s important to choose a content management system that has the tools and features required for your content editors to maintain an SEO-friendly website. Craft CMS is used by businesses large and small, from mom-and-pop shops to large brands like PBS, Sonos and… Read More

Top 10 project management tips for web development projects

1. Set your goals Websites are rarely made to simply be a brochure anymore. Even marketing websites have multi-layer approaches to user experience to ensure people receive tailored information. With that in mind, setting project goals with your team is the first — and most important — thing you can… Read More