How does your website design and content affect customer interactions and conversions?

The aim of your website is obviously to get potential customers to engage with it as much as possible, and ultimately, make a purchase. But as we well know, it isn’t as simple as someone landing on your website and instantly converting. 9 times out of 10, there’s a whole sequence of actions that take place before a customer makes a purchase. The best thing?

Design With Analytics in Mind for Data Governance

The following is Part III of a three-part series. Welcome to the final installment of a three-part series discussing the areas to take seriously when you want to drive business with analytics. In Part I of this series, I discussed how to prioritize data accessibility and how to address the challenges that come with it. Those challenges include: Part II discussed where the disconnect is and addressed how organizations can bridge the gap.

Design Verification With Traceability

Adding traceability to design verification allows teams to definitively and easily document the exact state of the verification at any point in the design process. This provable documented status of verification is particularly important when trying to meet FuSa specifications like ISO 26262 and DO-254. In this blog, learn how the Methodics IPLM platform links requirements, design, and verification together to provide a fully traceable model between all three systems.

11 Best Practices for Designing RESTful API

Although the RESTful Application Programming Interface (API) was first established in the year 2000, there are currently no set guidelines or standards for API development. Developers have experimented with many methods to improve REST API solutions throughout the years. Some of them were successful, while others were unsuccessful. APIs that are poorly developed is difficult to maintain over time and are prone to failure.

Kimball vs Inmon: Which approach should you choose when designing your data warehouse architecture?

Data warehouses are the central data repository that allows Enterprises to consolidate data, automate data operations, and use the central repository to support all reporting, business intelligence (BI), analytics, and decision-making throughout the enterprise. But designing a data warehouse architecture can be quite challenging.

3 useful design patterns every developer should know about

The term “Design Pattern” describes a well-known and battle-tested solution to a problem that developers tend to encounter again and again when developing software. Design patterns are conceptual and can be implemented in any programming language. Design patterns generally fit into one of the following three different categories depending on the problem they address: In this blog post I’m going to cover a pattern from each of these categories in depth.

7 Tips for Designing Great API Documentation

API automation is leading the way for data-driven digital transformation. When developers are able to build modern applications for a variety of devices without having to manage server-side code and complexity, and other departments can tap into a well-designed API documentation system instead of a silo of cumbersome, unorganized code bases, your company will be well on its way to an API-first delivery model.