New Beginnings

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

This is my first time writing a blog post. To be honest with you, I have built numerous sites, but I have never created and input my own content in it.

At the beginning of every year, I always set myself new challenges. I don’t call them new years resolutions, but I consider them targets. I just pick one or two and keep those points in mind throughout the year. I always strive for change, not for changes sake, but to constantly become better. As the saying goes ‘the only constant in life is change’. Personally, this year, I have finally put together some time to develop my own website to share my knowledge and experiences, while also learning in the process myself.

I am starting this blog to share thoughts and experience about online trends, including useful hints and tips for website owners. At times, allowing a client to update the website is not enough, and from experience, few people actually update their site after a short period of time has gone by. Hopefully, I will give you the necessary tools and give you ideas on how to improve your website and make it more attractive to your customers. I will also be tackling certain topics relating to design trends and website development jargon, to help you understand the subject further.

Every few days, I’ll try to write these articles in simple, clear English and jargon free. If you would like more explanations, or have any suggestions on what you would like me to discuss, please feel free to leave a comment in the section below.


Recent Work

New Custom Designed & Developed Website for StreetHR

Set up in 2015, StreetHR has evolved to become a team of approachable, friendly professionals that support business executives and Human Resources professionals within companies who want to take their business to the next level.

Following a major rebranding exercise the team at StreetHR asked us to custom design and develop a website tailor made to their unique approach to business.

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From the blog...

Facebook to reduce number of business posts on user timelines


Facebook have announced that they will be reducing the number of posts from Business pages from people’s news feeds. This will be done to increase the quantity of posts by friends while scrolling through the social medium. The reasoning behind this, according to Mark Zuckerberg, is that using social media to interact with people we care about can be beneficial, while “passively reading articles or watching videos… may not be as good.”

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