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

• By Garrett Winder

Continuous improvements over website redesigns

In today’s world it’s no longer viable to complete a website redesign process with the expectation that you’re done upon launch. Modern websites are a living, breathing part of your sales and marketing ecosystem, and need to be continually nurtured to ensure optimal performance and relevancy for both internal and external visitors. This requires us… Read More

A somewhat unbiased reflection on why you should stop using IE11

For many of us, Internet Explorer (IE) was our first web browser experience, providing a simple double click from accessing the wonders of the internet and connecting us to the world in an entirely new way. It replaced our encyclopedias, helped us write our high school papers and was likely… Read More

• By Garrett Winder

A successful website development process

A successful website development process

Good Work was created around developing websites and web-based applications for design teams. Whether it be client-side design teams at brands or corporations, or creative studios who design websites for clients, our processes are centered around catering to this type of work. Web developers can develop websites, that’s a given,… Read More

• By Chase Giunta

2019 Dot All Conference

2019 Dot All Conference

Dot All 2019, the official Craft CMS conference, took place September 18 – 20 at the Phi Centre in Montréal, and Good Work was happy to be a part of it. In case you don’t know, Craft is Good Work’s CMS of choice. We’ve been using it since its inception in 2012, and… 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