Too many of our decisions are driven by short-term fixes and firefighting, rather than a clear vision of where we ultimately want to be. To see success, that needs to change.
The number one complaint I hear from User Experience Professionals is that their colleagues, clients or managers are a barrier to making improvements. But why is that and what can we do about it?
In this post, Suman Das advocates for the importance of personal brand and guides us through the actions we can take to boost our own.
Whether you founded an agency, launched a digital app or are a freelancer, there is one piece of advice I would share with you all.
When projects don’t go to plan, they can end up failing. The project starts running behind and over budget. This post assesses the ways that this might happen and guides you through solutions.
The terms digital first and digital by default float around the boardrooms of a growing number of organisations like a bad smell. But what do they mean and are they an approach worth adopting?
I was recently interviewed on the Digital Agency Podcast to share my experiences of working in the field for over 23 years.
Our digital projects could be delivered faster, come under budget and provide better results by introducing a discovery phase upfront.
As design becomes business critical to many organizations the number of people making design decisions is rocketing. But what does that mean for the traditional role of the designer?
Growing a successful web design business is not as easy as producing outstanding work. In this post, I share ten lessons I have learned from 13 years of running an agency, three years of going solo, and mentoring dozens of other business owners.
I have recorded a video series for Terminal Four sharing advice for struggling digital teams. I hope it helps!
Charging the wrong rate can turn your dream of running your own business into a nightmare. But how do you fix the problem once you’ve made that mistake?
Why do some digital in-house teams have all the resources and people they could ever need while others struggle on a daily basis? Does it all come down to senior management or do we have our part to play?
One of the biggest fallacies of our industry is that good work speaks for itself. It is a self-delusional lie that those with a good reputation tell themselves to explain their success.
Many business owners think they need a rockstar developer. But in most cases, nothing could be further from the truth.
Have you ever read a post that has left you feeling wholly inadequate because you know you can’t live up to the high standards they layout? Well, that is how I feel when I read posts about how much to charge my clients.
As I have been speaking at conferences recently, I have been asking a simple question; Why do some digital teams struggle, while others flourish? The answer lies not in management or investment, but in the daily decisions we make and the approach we take.