Posts tagged with : Web Design

Apr
29
Tue

3 Strategies for dealing with web clients

Recently I wrote about the differences in the expectations, understanding and objectives of the 3 main stakeholders in any web development, business relationship namely the client , the web company and the ethical web professional. I hinted that I may try to come up with a few strategies for dealing with these conflicts from the […]


Mar
29
Sat

The importance of content collection in the project cycle

From the client’s perspective Content collection is a thankless task usually bestowed on someone who already has a job to do and who has very little incentive to go the extra mile for you. They neither get paid any more nor is there any extra time in the day for them to collect the content […]


Mar
15
Sat

Web Solutions, the client vs the web company vs the ethical web professional

When it comes to web solutions, websites, web applications or any combination of these, it has become increasingly clear to me over the years that we are dealing with 3 very different sets of expectations, understanding and objectives. Be assured, not everyone will be singing from the same song sheet. If you are the web […]


Mar
07
Fri

The 3 most important skills for a trainee web developer/web designer

Having spent the last 8 months working with a trainee and taking it upon myself to give them a firm grounding in all aspects of web development, I decided to write this article which is primarily aimed at young school leavers or under graduates hoping to embark on a career in the web industry . […]


Oct
03
Wed

16 reasons why blogs are good redux

I think it is important for me to clarify that it is the bloggers themselves who have the chance to be good and secondly in both these posts i am merely a conduit for the information/ideas , I take no credit for writing any of this. This list comes from here: http://blog.blogactionday.com/action/why-bloggers-will-change-the-world-and-how-you-can-help/ Freedom of speech. […]