I spent years pitching for business as part of a web-development company. No-one explained the value-model as well as Dan at ALittleBitOfSomething dot com.
Just a quick signpost to the latest website that I’ve produced. I hope you find it interesting as an insight into the kind of web-strategy that small and medium-sized businesses use today. Enigma Creative Design had a website that used Adobe Flash – it was very difficult for them to combine the high visual impact […]
I meant to post this ‘20 signs you don’t want a social media project’ post when it appeared before Christmas, but for some reason I didn’t. It’s a response to Jeffrey Zeldman’s ‘20 signs you don’t want that web design project‘ post – one that it a great deal more familliar. I can vouch for […]
… and why public sector procurement drives down quality Economists have a term for the way that quality is driven out of markets where purchasers don’t have a way of measuring quality. It’s called ‘the market for lemons’ Take web-accessibility for instance: Every governmental body needs to have it. Very few know what it really […]
I’ve just written a post over on the Local Democracy blog about how web-accessibility can help you to get a job done properly if you are commissioning work from web-developers.
It’s easy to get sidetracked by all of the whizzy interactivity of social media, but many organisations still need a good website that provides them with a powerful organisational communications tool. I’ve worked on well over 100 major website projects and I’ve seen all of the possibilities happen. Projects that failed because the wrong CMS […]