I am sure all of us have encountered at some point a 404 page and most of the times an ugly default server error message that stress you out as if you did something wrong!
It’s being three years since I wrote an article on how we deal with projects and requests from clients on a day-to-day basis. On the article, I explained how we use different tools to assign tasks to team members and how we collaborate as a team. As needs grow and technology advances, we need to evolve as well and find ways to adapt, improve and speed our processes to increase productivity and performance.
New markets, more customers, growth and expansion. Sounds exciting and promising! You have defined your overall business strategy and you have decided which countries to target; so, and next obvious step is to plan your digital strategy.
Contact pages are usually of the lowest priority when it comes to web design. That is totally wrong! The contact page is one of the most important and most visited pages on a website. Take yourself for example; how many times have you visited a company’s contact page to view their location or get their telephone or email address?
At BLEND our main goal is to deliver the optimum result in terms of quality and effectiveness to all our projects. To achieve that, a smooth and effective process flow must take place, regardless of the size of the project. Below I will try and explain briefly our project life cycle process and the steps of each phase.
As an agency we deal with lots of projects and requests from clients on a day-to-day basis. As a production director my main responsibility is to assign to team members their daily tasks, make sure each project is executed as planned and keep a smooth communication between departments working together on a project. In order to do that we use a few tools that help us keep everything in harmony.
With almost 12 billion monthly searches, Google’s dominance in online search is undisputed. Although you probably use Google every day there are lots of useful Google search tricks which you are not aware of and will give you added convenience or entertainment.
If you look back a few years ago, web design & development were built on what we thought looked nice, and as web developers and web designers, we used to focus on aesthetics and the brand without considering how the end-user would feel using the website or even if it was usable at all. We did things because they looked nice and because that was what our client wanted to see.
Responsive web design is the technique where a website responds to the user’s behavior and environment based on screen size, platform and orientation.
A landing page is the page that a visitor “lands” on after clicking on an online call-to-action. A dedicated landing page is a standalone page separate from your website with a single objective. We usually create a landing page to persuade the visitor to click through to another page in order to complete a transaction, buy a product, open an account or collect their information. Landing pages in last case are also called “lead generation landing pages”.