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Tips for Getting a Job with a Web Design Company

Even as an owner of a little web design company I still get a healthy amount of speculative career enquiries. The problem with almost all of them is that they have little knowledge of what my company does, where we are or even what our names are. In short, these people are doing it all wrong. If I were looking for a job, this is what I’d do…

Keeping it Professional

I’ve worked as part of a team, I’ve worked with freelancers, contractors and I’ve managed a design and development studio. I’ve seen a lot of great things and a lot of mistakes that people (myself included) make over and over again.

Today I want to talk about being professional at work, with a few basic ideas to start you off being professional and keep you there.

A WordPress Code Cheat Sheet

Below are a list of functions I find myself using day in and day out when building for WordPress. There is a mixture in there of stuff you can find all over the internet to a few tailored pieces of code I’ve used. I thought they may come in handy so I’m sharing them here, if you know a better way of doing something please let me know – I’m always trying to learn.