I’ve tried to ask colleagues/stakeholders about what laborious tasks they do that could be aided by a function of the website and they have no ideas or feedback.
Please can you give me some examples of website functions that have been used in the past to successfully aid offline business?
Hey Paul! Any advice on how to plan your blogposts?
With the web moving so fast, how do you keep up-to-date with the latest innovations?
What the hell DO you do for a living anyway???
@boagworld as a freelance developer how do you handle web content? Do clients write their own or should I hire a web writer?
In our sector (the web industry), what one near-future prospect scares you the most?
Paul would you mind sharing your thoughts on the practice of using ‘subscribe’ popups for initial user visits for eComm sites?
What structure do you use when reviewing a clients existing site?
Where should you start with regards to the Mobile Web?
How do you support your ongoing clients with website updates/support? Do you use a retainer or charge hourly?
What’s your viewpoint on using a bought wp theme as a starting point for a client’s website. Is it a no no or does it make sense?
How do you design application/data-driven sites differently from content-driven (blogs, adverts…) sites?
When dealing with clients – should we be designing responsive sites as standard, or are they still considered an extra feature?
Who do I talk to about website analysis on routes to engage clients/customers for inbound traffic – Webdesigner or marketing firm?
How do you tell clients nicely that they are NOT web designers? :)
Freelancers: what invoicing service or software do you use? @FreshBooks, @Harvest, etc.?
What tools / services / apps / could @marcus67 not do his job without?
Google is saying it has detected harmful code on one of my sites, I dont really know where to start any advice.
I’m looking for a good Mac app to help me catalogue last quantities of images. Images would be stored on our server, but added via our Macs – we receive a lot of images from clients and need to be able to retrieve them quickly when asked. So we’d love a Mac app that we could drop a load of images onto, it would copy them to our server, and prompt us to tag them with keywords (client, keywords, project, date) and then it would do all the rest. Then we could search using the app and up come the pictures.
Should designers be more multidisciplinary? I.e know UI, layout, graphics, copy, HTML etc??