Topic: Clients

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    What I Learned From Tony Robbins

    I recently had the privilege of seeing Anthony “Tony” Robbins live at an event in Dallas, Texas. It was an odd match up as the event was about funnel hacking and yet Tony was doing the closing keynote. Given that he doesn’t do very many of these “private” talks and charges thousands for his events,…

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    Should Designers Design for Themselves?

    If you’re a creative person or designer of any sort, should you be doing your own design work? Let’s take Apple Inc for instance. Arguably one of the most creative organisations today and known for designing beautiful products that change the world. Can their design skills and creativity be used to create equally amazing advertising campaigns? Surely,…

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    5 Tools That Will Make Your Life Easier

    During the website creation process and even after launch of a website, it is important for clients to keep in contact with their developers. Engagement between the two parties can include sharing images and copy, reporting on issues or bugs, approving a design or wireframe, or giving feedback on a certain piece of functionality once…

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    9 Rules for Effective Web Copy

    Having a well-designed website is critical to an effective marketing strategy – but that isn’t all – you need to populate your website with content. And that is where many businesses get into trouble. Business owners either have no time to write their own content or are extremely unenthusiastic about it. Another problem is search…

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