WordPress blogs experience a variety of hacks. In addition to other protections, 2FA for WordPress protects your site so you can rest assured it’s secure.
In early March, our team spent 5 days in Orlando connecting around our company vision and making plans for the coming year. Read more about our takeaways here!
Have you heard the news? Over the past ten months, our hosting team has been hard at work building Agathon’s next-gen hosting platform. We built this new, high-speed hosting platform from the ground up. It’s designed specifically for WordPress sites, and we made every decision with speed in mind.
Every development project looks different, but our overall process—the Agathon approach, if you will—remains the same across every project. Here’s what that looks like.
In Deep Work, Cal Newport explores how our brains work and how we can get not just more work, but better work, done. Here’s how to get started today!
This is Part 2 in our series about the questions you should ask before redesigning a web or mobile app. Head here for 7 user need questions to ask. Today we’re talking through process questions you as product owner or team should ask before you begin a redesign process. These questions are meant to get …
We’re proud to host Black bloggers across a variety of niches, including fashion, travel, marriage, faith, lifestyle, and food. We want to introduce you to some of them!
Today, we want to take a look at what happens when—despite following these best practices—a WordPress plugin error wreaks havoc on your site. To do that, let’s look at some real-world examples from Agathon clients. We’ll show you what went wrong with the plugin, what the impact was on the client’s site, and how Agathon was able to assist each of them.
Last fall, Apple issued new guidelines for Sign in with Apple. These guidelines require apps that use third-party or social login services to also offer Sign in with Apple. According to Apple: With privacy and security features built-in, Sign in with Apple is a great way to help users set up an account, sign in, …
When someone comes to us about redesigning a web or mobile app, these are the types of questions we ask. Our goal is to get beyond the features the organization would like to see to really drill down to those users need and want.