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Do not base your selection of web design agency on their location. Skills and relationship matter more.
Monitoring website analytics is an important part of evolving your site. Unfortunately many of us aren’t monitoring enough and look at the wrong things.
If you want to see a return on investment from your website it involves a long term commitment to optimisation.
There seems to be a growing debate in the web community about the role of research and data when compared to creative intuition. In this post I explore which will lead you to the better product.
Why is it that everybody talks about the need for a digital strategy and yet so few organisations seem to have a concrete one in place? Does this mean they are nice in theory but unnecessary in practice?
Andy Kinsey builds on his previous post about compelling content by introducing eight new lessons.
As in-house web teams we like to moan about our organisations not getting digital. Perhaps its time we did something. But what?
Many web designers are briefed by their clients and then retreat to their studio to work on the project. But, perhaps there is a better way.
For many companies, to be digitally effective means fundamental changes to the business. The question is whether this is possible without the buy-in of management?
When your competitive advantage increasingly depends on your digital offering, recruiting and retaining quality digital staff is essential.
The web is often dismissed as just another marketing channel. In reality It is so much more and can transform your business.
Most clients or bosses think of web designers as implementors, and yet many have so much more to offer. How then do we change this perception?
As web professionals we know that to get the best from the web, clients need to think strategically about their sites long term management. But how do we convince them?