As designers and developers, our jobs get a lot easier when we receive clear and organized feedback. One-word answers and vague critiques are kryptonite to the design and development process. Why is a feedback process important? Whether you’re part of
Understanding how users interact with the sites you build is a key element of web design, and when it comes to powerful analytics tools that can provide those needed insights, Google Analytics is by far the most widely-used and well-known.
Everyone gets the same 1,440 minutes in a single day. As web designers, there are a lot of moving parts to your role like planning, coding, strategizing, designing, and tons more. While you can’t magically add more time back into
Does this scenario sound familiar? You’ve got a great project with an exciting new client. You’ve come to an agreement on scope. You get started. And, suddenly, everything falls apart. You can’t seem to find common ground to move forward.
Depending on who you talk to, we’re either on the tail-end of the COVID-19 pandemic or we’re just ramping up to a second outbreak. Regardless of who you believe, there’s one simple fact all of us can rely on: many
The contract has been signed and you’re finally ready to start the website project with your new client. What now? You’ve entered the onboarding phase: the short but critical period before the design and development work officially begins. This is
Crickets… Not what you want in your inbox when you’re waiting to hear from a client. One minute, you were trucking productively along, the next, you’re at a critical juncture with deafening silence from the other end. So what do
In the past, being a creative sometimes meant being called strange or different. You’d sometimes feel out of place or have a hard time fitting in, unless you were lucky enough to know a few other creatives. But today, things
A few days ago, I was on a call with a friend of mine who built a web design agency from scratch. He started as a singular freelancer taking just about any job he could find, barely scraping by. Four