We shouldn’t be just creating a great user experience for our customers. We also need to provide it to our staff too. The digital workplace is a huge area ripe for a more user-centric approach as I discuss on the Digital Workplace Podcast.
Kyle Racki recently interviewed me for the Proposify Biz podcast. You can listen to the show on their website, or Kyle has produced a great post summarising the key points we covered.
Great work is only possible in the right environment. But many of us don’t work in a place like that. How can we change our workplace? That is the question I answer in this talk at Awwwards London.
I was asked by Adobe to speak at the launch of their latest version of their Creative Suite. It was a great evening in which I encouraged web designers to expand their role and skills. We often limit ourselves to design and coding. But there is so much more to our job.
I recently gave a presentation at The University of St Andrews about digital change. If you work in Higher Education this is a must watch.
One of the hardest jobs in the web industry is working as part of an in-house team. Yet they get little support.
Working with clients can be a frustrating experience. Especially when trying to get design approval. Fortunately, help is at hand!
Website management is not as simple as using traditional management techniques. The web is a unique medium and our processes need to adapt.
In this video presentation I show you how we increase online sales for one ecommerce website by over 10,000% in only 5 years.
Whether we like it or not we are all marketeers. However, that doesn’t mean we have to be a douchbag about it.
Integrating social media with our website should be more than just slapping some social media icons on the homepage.
What does it mean to be a web designer? The chances are its a lot more than you think. As the web becomes increasingly complex so do our clients demands.