I’m not one for making a big thing of my gender, but I understand that some people would prefer to work with a woman when it comes to designing a website.
At the end of last year I was accepted onto Natwest’s pre-accelerator programme, which changed how I see my business completely.
With so many different website platforms to choose from, knowing what to build your website on can be overwhelming. Here are a few reasons I choose to work with WordPress and the benefits it brings.
When you start looking for a new web designer, there are a few of things you need to consider before you can get an accurate quote.
After a long and exciting seven months of travelling around the world, I’ve finally returned to the UK.
From the 11th October 2017 I will be on sabbatical for 7-8 months.
It may seem like an obvious thing to some, but I want to tell you why it’s important to know your business thoroughly before you build your website.
It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to SEO, so I thought I’d explain a few basics to get you on the right page.
While pre-built themes can great for people with very little or budget, they tend to lack the things which make your business stand out online.
Chances are you’re already fully aware of responsive web design, but here’s an introduction to it just in case.
Good content plays a key role in driving traffic to your website. Great content converts a passive audience into paying customers.
You may be surprised to read a post from a web designer about how you might not need a website, but sometimes it’s just not a necessity.