StripeCon EU is upon us!
The StripeCon EU CMS conference is back once again, for a historic 9th year! And this time around it is being held in the wonderful city of Stockholm in Sweden!
Over the past year, we’ve had the opportunity to work alongside Weta Workshop to help them reimagine and streamline the experience they were giving their online users.read
While personalising first names in emails has become commonplace, there is a wider world of personalisation to be explored. For the final principle of the Powers of Persuasion series, we take a look at how your organisation can build trust online by personalising the user’s experience.read
An essential part of the online user experience is all about how you design your site. As the third principle from our Powers of Persuasion eBook, we are looking at how the look of your site can influence the user for the better!read
Discover how the design team at SilverStripe uses Sketch, as we break down our top 5 tips for streamlining your digital design workflow.read
We continue to release our series of StripeCon New Zealand 2017 videos, this time hearing from John Milmine of DNA and Paul Clarke from SilverStripe on the topic of content blocks.read
Design is a lot like magic, as it can be used for both good and evil. SilverStripe Principal Designer James Ford, provides a fun and enlightening breakdown of the concept of dark patterns and how they are used to influence our behaviour.read
A team of SilverStripe designers and developers recap their time at the UX New Zealand conference for 2017. Discover their favourite talks from the two day event, which brought together local and international speakers with a shared passion for better UX.read
In the second installment of a blog series on the Agile project life cycle, let's talk about how to create great web design using the Agile methodology, Scrum.read
Beauty, they say, is in the eye of the beholder. When it comes to the beauty of User Experience I would say it’s more objective, but the “look” of a website can blur the lines slightly.read
These are exciting days with the initial upgrades to the SilverStripe community website, silverstripe.org, now underway. read
By now, you've had the chance to read a lot about our plans for 3.0. read
I'm not sure that we've publicly explained the SilverStripe templating system thoroughly yet. read