After the update for WordPress 4.6 was released I realised something: there are too many people out there who own a website yet have absolutely no idea about how it works. In this post I talk about what everyone should know when it comes to their website.
This past week the new Instagram Stories feature has hit people’s devices and so far they’re loving it. In this post I’ll discuss the pros and cons of the new Instagram Stories feature, ideas on how to use both Instagram Stories and Snapchat Stories plus a way of syncing the two (if you wanted to).
If you’re new to web design and development, starting your own agency or are just getting to grips with freelancing – here are some handy tips to avoid mistakes on quoting for projects.
When I originally drafted this post I titled it “Dark UX patterns and Company Ethics” but I think the problem goes even deeper than that.
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.
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.
Hi everyone, I know you’ve excitedly browsed to my blog expecting a brand new post sharing my WordPress Cheat Sheet… well sorry you’re going to have to wait a little bit longer.
I’m changing my weekly blog posts from Friday to Tuesday.
This isn’t a post about about how Snapchat works down to the finest detail, this is more about how to be on Snapchat, how to find your voice and how to build an audience.