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Custom LearnDash Migration

Example of a LearnDash Certificate

Our custom WordPress development team recently had the pleasure of building a new E-Learning Portal powered by WordPress and LearnDash for one of our non-profit clients. CureDuchenne is a recognized global leader in research, patient care and innovation for improving and extending the lives of people diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Duchenne muscular dystrophy is…

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Custom App Spotlight: All the World – Better Learning

All the World is a weekly educational show featuring live-action videos for children, think “Mr. Rogers meets NatGeo”. Our Custom App Development Team developed the All The World mobile app which is available in the App Stores for download on iOS and Android Devices. This iOS and Android app features a weekly educational show with…

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9 Reasons Your App Could Be Rejected By Apple Review

iOS app rejection reasons

We deal with Apple App Review a lot. Too much actually. We’ve submitted thousands of apps on behalf of customers and dealt with lots of rejections. In this article, we are going to cover some of the biggest mistakes we have seen that could get your app rejected by the Apple Review Team. It’s a…

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WordCamp Miami 2020

WordCamp Miami 2020

Clever Ways To Help Automate Content Creation With WordPress! I had the pleasure of speaking at WordCamp Miami on Saturday the 29th of February 2020 located at the Florida International University (FIU). WordCamp Miami is one of my favorite WordCamps for many reasons, great people, great content, great weather, but the organizers of the event…

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How a Self-Audit Improved Our Product Usability

Many product developers, ourselves included, focus more on the code than UI/UX. It can be helpful to take a step back and look specifically at usability with a self-imposed audit. After all, perfect code doesn’t matter if your product is hard to use, amirite? For this audit we’ll be using the Nielsen Norman Group’s 10…

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Essential Apps to Manage WordPress from your iPad

Gone are the days when a tablet or phone is a nice to have secondary device. Many people say they feel a bit panicked when they leave the house without their devices. While phones have earned their places in our workflows for email, messages, and even the odd call, for many tablets are still a…

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Build Better Mobile Apps Using Digital Minimalism

Recently Cal Newport released Digital Minimalism which focuses on building a productive life in the midst of all of the distractions that our devices can throw at us. For some app developers this call to a world where we purposely don’t allow our devices to become a center of our lives is a worrying thing.…

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Meet the Team Behind AppPresser

Today we wanted to give you a quick intro to our team at AppPresser. Most of the team was present, though a few of our members work on very different time zones and weren’t able to join us. Yes we totally sprung this on the team, only Scott and I knew it was happening. Members…

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Frequently Asked Questions about AppPresser

If you’ve followed along as we’ve talked about all the ways that people are using AppPresser, you’ve still likely got some more questions before you are willing to make a purchase. Today we’re going to try to answer all of those questions for you. If you still have a question when you’re done reading, leave…

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Who is Using AppPresser? Customer Examples.

Over the last number of weeks we’ve answered a bunch of questions that beginning customers have when they look at using AppPresser to build a mobile app with their WordPress site. If you missed those posts, here they are. Mobile is Not the Future (it’s the Present) The 3 Big Problems You Can Solve with…

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