Whether you are looking for the perfect start to the day or an afternoon pick-me-up, nothing quite beats a great cup of coffee! Here’s how I make the perfect brew: [Read more…]
Having a website is great. Having a site that works for you is even better. Before I write a single line of code, or design any wireframes in Photoshop, the client and I need to come together on the end vision of the project. You wouldn’t serve fillet mignon to a vegetarian, would you? So why serve the wrong type of website to your target audience? [Read more…]
A web designer’s job is simple, right? Meet with the client, listen to what they want, get a few images and some copy together and the website is done, and all for an amazingly low price. In a week the client has a fantastic website scooping up thousands of hits, or making millions in the case of ecommerce sites. [Read more…]
Responsive web design, to put it simply, is how a website “responds” to being displayed on devices with different screen sizes. This ranges from different monitor resolutions all the way down to phones and tablets, and even watches and other wearable tech. [Read more…]
You are busy making, creating, doing your thing that brings people joy and adds value to their lives – so you don’t have time to keep setting up advertising campaigns and dealing with vague queries. It would be nice to have someone to help you field enquiries and market your business, but employing and training a person to help out costs time and money which could be better spent elsewhere. With a little bit of effort up-front you can have your own place on the internet which showcases your talent to the world, making life easier in the long run.
Here are three ways a website makes your business life easier: [Read more…]
I get approached by clients looking for websites many times a day. Many have a good idea of what they want, but most are looking to me for some ground-up ideas and design inspiration. This is all well and good, but when a client approaches me with no idea at all of what they want, then I begin to get nervous. [Read more…]