The lines between designer and developer are becoming ever more blurred with each be drawn into each others traditional battlegrounds. Knowing the basics about your counterpart skill sector will sit you in a great position for the future but for now I’ll go over each job role separately and what skills agencies are looking for respectively.
While the knowledge of creating code, making stunning designs remain vital. As the recruitment world becomes more and more competitive a there are some sub skills that will make you a more effective team member in an agency or even as a freelancer. You can be the most talented person in the room but if your not a team player and nobody wants to work with you sooner or later you’ll run out of people willing to … Read More
Troy Fawkes SEO expert and team leader for SEO company Powered by Search based in Canada was kind enough to take time to answer a few questions. We love the answers he gave us. He shares how he got into SEO, even a summer spent following a millionaire affiliate from London to Stockholm and how he would change Google.
Food photography is big business even just looking at the likes of Marks and Spencers hugely successful tv and press campaigns you can see how important making food sexy, enticing and artistic has become. Food Photography specialist Jonathan Raho shares his tips on how to get those extra tasty shots that can have you drooling and almost licking the page or screen.
We spend more time looking at websites than your average user. We see lots of good sites, but we see a lot more bad ones. So it really is best to make your sites as pleasurable and user friendly as possible. Of course you should have great SEO so that I easily find your site in the first place.
As I was looking through the awwwards.com site I came across some really impressive work created by the neotkio! project. I contacted them and they were kind enough to take some time to answer a few questions about the what they do and how they get such great results.
Category: Blog,Graphic Design
We all know that first impressions are important. Often, your business’s first contact with the world is the logo that you choose. More than just a simple image or font, a logo can represent the fundamentals of your organization- who you are, where you’re coming from, and where you are going.
Category: Blog,Web Design
Mindmapping is a great way to show how you are going to plan out your site or project. Giving yourself and also clients a visual representation of how the site is going to flow and any areas that may need to be sectioned off or could be merged to cut down on menus. We usually use bubbl.us for site maps but since it does no harm to look around for new and better options. I try’d out … Read More
Imagine you’ve finally reached a point where your site is nicely ranked on google for example. You’ve used all the sneaky naughty tricks you read about to raise your ranking. Then BOOM the next day you’re checking your ranking and you find your site is on the blacklist. A blacklist is essentially just a compiled list of IP addresses which have been detected by search engines or reported blacklisting tools for not operating within the accepted web … Read More