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If an important part of our job is to increase awareness and understanding of digital across our organisation, what lessons do we need to teach?
For our organisations to truly embrace digital, everybody needs to understand what it can do for the business. You need to make that happen.
As web professionals we know that websites require ongoing investment in order to keep them operating at peak efficiency. However, convincing clients of that can be challenging.
The web community has been talking a lot about our ethical responsibilities, but should these come before our responsibility to our clients and our business?
The new site has gone live. There is a big sigh of relief and the web designer and client part ways. But should it be that way?
Most web designers insist that a client signs off a design for their site before site built commences, but is that really the best approach?
With more and more sites relying on technologies and techniques that hamper accessibility, there seems to be a move away from universal accessibility. But should we accept this as inevitable?
Remote working is becoming an industry standard, especially among digital workers. However, many organisations are afraid of this departure from traditional working practices and are unsure how to manage it effectively.
With the explosion of the digital economy, the best digital professionals are much in demand and expensive. How then do you retain good staff and ensure you get the best return on investment?
As part of our season of podcast episodes on debates within the web design community, we want to look at the subject of discrimination.
As part of our upcoming podcast series on debate topics, we ask whether web design needs an accreditation body?
Email is a crucial business tool for all those working on the web and yet we never discuss how to manage it effectively.
When a client comes to us asking for a particular solution, it is important that we have the confidence to suggest an alternative if what they are proposing is wrong.