We all know spam emails right? Everyone gets them. Some go to your spam box, others may get through to your inbox. The content of most is ridiculous. Usually they are bait mails, enticing you to click on a button […]
And yet another year passes. Days and months crumble like leaves, left to be swept away swiftly in blustery West of Ireland winds. But fear not dear reader, for this is no tale of woe nor regret. Far from it. […]
If you have been following our social media channels over the last couple of days you will have seen us post about design (no big surprise there) but also first impressions. First impressions count. You’ve heard that old chestnut a […]
Design vs. Efficiency Design vs. efficiency is the classic balancing act for any modern web design business. You want your site to look good and you also want it to function properly as well. Clients want the very best work […]
Ok, so you have your website up and running, whatever it may be? Well what’s next? That depends on your site, what you do with it and your budget. Website management or maintenance is something that can be put off […]
So you’ve done the hard work. The design and content is in place and everything looks nice, in your opinion at least. So where do you go from there? We have a routine that we have stuck to pretty much […]
And so we come to the end of another year and our 2018 report. This has been our second year in business to be exact and what a year it has been. Quite often I drift into the scenario of […]
A lot of people ask me, whether it’s on a professional level or purely casual level about writing content. What do you write about? How do you decide what to write etc. Well it depends, doesn’t it!? We run an […]
A new client is on the horizon. There is initial contact via email, phone, message or whatever it might be outlining in very broad terms what they’re after. You meet in person either at their office or over a casual cup of coffee and discuss the project in more detail. A lot can be learned from this meeting not just of the project but of the client you will potentially be working with.
I was advised that my last blog post was a bit of a downer and on inspection perhaps it doesn’t reflect entirely where things are at the moment. As I said the post was purely a therapeutic exercise written at the spur of the moment right after a particular thing. It served its purpose and I have very much moved on and things have started falling into place. So, success? What is that?