Thinking global as a local company? 7 tips for going international with your website #Inside SaaS

Interacting with a global audience has never been easier. Still startups and small teams primary struggle to compete for attention with the big players in digital business.

Knowing your customers is vital, when setting up your global website. Hence, customer driven design can be the key to success. In this blog post I am talking about my learnings from planning to take a website international.

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How our team manages passwords with 1Password

Due to the increasing number of web services that we use, we are faced with an increasing number of passwords as well. Managing passwords is an important topic especially when adding new people to the team.

A while ago, we took a deeper look into how we manage passwords. Here’s what we’ve learned so far and what has changed over the last couple of months.
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How to use Usersnap as your main customer support software

A couple of days ago, a customer asked us if we know of any great customer support tool which works similar as Usersnap does for bug tracking. But just for customer support.

Here’s the good news.

We all know that Usersnap is your best visual feedback and bug tracking tool during development but did you also know that Usersnap can be the best customer support tool for you as well?

Here’s everything you need to know.
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How to create an excellent web design for your blog

“It is not what you say that matters but the manner in which you say it.”

This famous quote by William Carlos William is as relevant for blogging as it is for real life.

Although whether the “what” is important or not (especially in educational blogs) is debatable, the “how” is definitely a factor you should not overlook.

It is the design of your blog that determines if a visitor stays on and starts reading.

To build a growing audience, you should definitely take care of your blog’s look and feel.
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7 web design trends for 2016

This article is brought to you by Usersnap, a bug tracker and feedback tool that helps you to communicate visually. Get a 15-day free trial here.

It’s the start of 2016 and web design companies are looking back trying to find out what worked last year and what’s going to be the trend for this year.

So go ahead and read on. We’ve collected some of the best web design trends you must know about in 2016.
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Essential WordPress Plugins For Developers & Designers (Part 2)

A while ago, we talked about unknown WordPress plugins that developers should use when setting up a new WordPress website. Aside from the ones I mentioned, there are, of course, way more great and essential WordPress plugins out there.

Because the first WordPress post received some great response, we thought about a follow-up post on the best WordPress development plugins for developers & designers.
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