Now is the perfect time to invest in technology — no matter if you're lean on cash and resources, or if you're gaining more momentum than you can handle.
We often see teams struggle to connect their desired tools, and we're trying to change this! Learn about the benefits of Build Tools 2.0, and find out if it's right for your development team.
When it comes to your improving your website, you need to set clear goals and track key performance indicators. Find out which metrics you should be using and how they impact your site's performance.
No matter what the goals of your business or your team are, you can utilize an agile framework to streamline processes, improve communication, and get things done more efficiently.
Marketers are playing an increasingly central role in organizational strategy. Here are four agile marketing strategies we use at Pantheon to drive measurable results quickly and efficiently.
WordPress Multisite is an ideal solution for website management, but it's not one-size-fits-all. Find out if it's the right option for your brand. WordPress multisite is a great tool to streamline website management while providing site owners with some versatility. At its best, multisite is the perfect solution for managing multiple websites at once.
Working from home comes with a set of new challenges, especially for organizations that are new to being remote. These agile principals can help. Life as we knew it changed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The way we buy, learn, and—especially—work has been turned on its head.
This year, DrupalCon went virtual. The Pantheon developer relations team was there, and they each shared their impressions from the event. Caption: A screen shot of Pantheon's virtual booth at DrupalCon Global, 2020
The quicker your page loads, the higher it will rank in Google search results. Learn how to evaluate and optimize your website’s speed.
Improving your website through short, iterative sprints can increase your return on investment and drive value, not only for you, but for your website users as well.
This is the third piece in the WordPress for Enterprise series from Pantheon Hero Roy Sivan, a Senior Software Engineer at The Walt Disney Company. Here, he explains how WordPress is built for publishing—even at the enterprise level.
WebOps isn't just about smoother processes and better communication. It can also help you create personalized, richer digital experiences for your customers, which means more conversions and increased revenue.
With Managed HTTPS, all Pantheon customers receive a dedicated HTTPS certificate and the option to configure encryption before launch.
Agile replaces traditional waterfall marketing with short, iterative sprints that adjust based on real time insights and feedback. By bringing multiple stakeholders into the fold and giving them resources such as time and technology, companies can maximize their potential and profitability.
The ACLU takes a WebOps approach to their digital operations, maintaining a laser-focus on the goals of each campaign and how it fits into the organization’s mission. Here, we dig into the tools the ACLU uses for communication and cross-functional collaboration, following an event hosted by Pantheon partner, Advomatic.
A relevant, attractive, and user-friendly website is invaluable in today's market; i’s the main channel businesses can use to attract and retain potential customers. Here are four ways to increase user engagement on your website.
How Decoupled Architectures Can Benefit the Entire Web Team
Sam Greenspan of SkyVerge, an eCommerce software platform, evaluatees common types of membership-based sites and explains how to set up a memberships site with WooCommerce.
Up to 40% of visitors abandon websites that take any longer than three seconds to load. Yet you might not be aware of the speed of your website, or how to make improvements. Here's how to change that.