Susanna Oliver

Susanna Oliver

Web Engineer

Favorite Thing About Sundog

The spontaneity and variety of every day. From impromptu marshmallow fights to making our clients’ dreams into reality, there’s always something new and exciting.

Fun Facts

  • Cheerful, responsible, imaginative
  • Email and responsive design expert who always pursues perfection
  • Loves to be out on the trail with her horse, working outside or soaking up the sunshine with her family and friends

Cannot Live Without

Her family, Icelandic horses and the great outdoors.

What Inspires Me?

Email is anything but the mundane, outdated medium it is sometimes regarded as. It’s a rich communication for businesses and individuals alike, and in today’s mobile world, it has unprecedented influence – enabling businesses to put solutions right into the hands of their customers.

Recent Blogs

25 Sep 2018

How Voice Search Is Changing The Web

Posted in: Google, Mobile, SEO, Sitecore, Voice Search

“Find the nearest gas station.” “When will the next MacBook Pro be released?” “How many touchdowns did Carson Wentz score last season?” You’ve probably asked your phone one of these questions (or something similar) in the last week. According to Google, more searches take place on mobile devices than on desktop, and approximately 50% of the population uses voice search on a daily basis. There’s no doubt: voice search is changing the way we use the web. And the web is transforming to meet the challenge.

19 Dec 2017

Salesforce & Google: What the New Partnership Means to You

Posted in: Events, Google, Google Analytics, Lightning, Marketing Cloud, Sales Cloud, Salesforce, Dreamforce

A partnership announcement at Dreamforce 2017 is sending shocks around the world. Tech giants Salesforce and Google have partnered to integrate their marketing and sales features - creating a robust toolbox to help their customers work smarter, work faster and convert leads into revenue.

25 Sep 2017

Website Accessibility: Why It Matters & How Your Site Stacks Up

Posted in: Digital Experience, Usability, User Experience (UX), Web Development

With upcoming legislation around website accessibility, it’s time to take a serious look at how your website stands up to accessibility requirements.

31 Aug 2017

How to Use SLDS Design Tokens in a Custom Lightning Community Theme

Posted in: Communities, Lightning, Lightning Bolt, Salesforce

Have users who want to customize branding, colors and buttons in a Lightning Community? Design tokens are the key.

11 Jan 2017

Understanding Lightning Component Events

Posted in: HTML, JavaScript, Lightning, Salesforce, Web Development

Lightning components are designed to be self-contained and independent. While this is great for modular development and encapsulation, it comes at a price. That price is JavaScript. JavaScript from one component can’t talk with another, and that’s why Lightning components use events. Events handle any interaction that needs to take place between components: button clicks, modals, etc.