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👋 Hello, I’m Elaine. I’m a designer, developer and content creator dedicated to making beautiful sites that function.
I’m also Creative Director at Blogosphere, a media-tech company rooted in the world of digital influencers.
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Welcome to XOmisse
A full service design studio specialized in brand identity, web design and development. We love working with creative individuals and businesses from all over the world, and understand the importance of having a site that truly reflects you. Our goal is to make that happen by creating a beautiful functional space for your awesome content that helps you stand out from the crowd!
Tell your unique story through a visual brand identity system with all the elements you need to grow your blog/business.
Transition your fresh branding to the web in a strategic way that really represents you and promotes your best work.
Ensure the best experience for you and your audience, by turning that beautiful design into a live functional design.
On The Blog
- Should you be aiming for the Featured Snippet spot on Google?
- Fix the HTTP error when uploading images on WordPress
- WordPress 5.5 broke my site, what now?
- Page Experience – Google’s new ranking factor coming in 2021 (and Core Web Vitals Explained)
- 50+ essential WordPress plugins
- How to install and test self-hosted WordPress locally on your computer (using MAMP)
- New to blogging? 5 ways to find new readers and build an engaged audience
- Want to turn your WordPress site into an e-commerce store? Here are 3 plugins that will add shop functionality to your site
- How to add a widget area above your WordPress blog posts
- How to tweak your site’s CSS using your browser’s developer tools (with video demo)
- 35 things to do after installing WordPress
- Getting started with SEO? Here’s your beginner’s guide
- How to disable fullscreen mode in Gutenberg WordPress Editor
- Complete guide to moving from Blogger to self-hosted WordPress without losing Google rankings
- How to properly move from WordPress.com to self hosted WordPress.org