Author: Steffani Bolhofner
by Steffani Bolhofner | August 17th, 2017
For a while now, the lack of PWA acceptance by Apple has caused frustration in the development community. While Google has pioneered the use of service workers to support: offline capabilities, the add to homescreen feature, and push notifications, Apple has made no indication that they will support this technology. Until now.
by Steffani Bolhofner | August 8th, 2017
Avalyn Pharma is a biopharma company committed to developing improved therapies for the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and other severe respiratory diseases. PINT and Avalyn have partnered on their web presence for years, and together we launched a Progressive Web App earlier this year. Since then, we’ve seen the following results: <1.5 seconds […]
by Steffani Bolhofner | August 3rd, 2017
Having your site only available on desktop is no longer an option. Think of how often you search, research, and view sites on your mobile device – even when a desktop machine is present. Your customers do the same thing. If your company site isn’t optimized for mobile, you’re missing out on a lot of […]
by Steffani Bolhofner | July 27th, 2017
Google Analytics is free and most businesses have it on their sites, but they aren’t configuring it correctly. If you’re starting from scratch, or are ready to get more out of the tool, follow our step-by-step guide to configure your Google Analytics account for success. This guide is the standard procedure we follow for our […]
by Steffani Bolhofner | July 7th, 2017
Mister Sushi is a long-standing Pacific Beach staple serving a wide range of Japanese dishes with a focus on sushi and sashimi. PINT built Mister Sushi a website utilizing Progressive Web App technology so that it: Is available on all devices without barriers Loads quickly and consistently Has offline capabilities Can be added to the […]
by Steffani Bolhofner | June 23rd, 2017
To give our users a better web experience, we reconfigured the PINT site as a Progressive Web App (PWA). PWA technology helped us have a faster site that keeps users engaged. 14% faster average page load 8% decrease in bounce rate 25% increase in average visit duration
by Steffani Bolhofner | May 19th, 2017
Writing for the web can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Read our four steps to writing for the web before tackling your next page or site update.