The game changer. The extra website boost. The answer to all your questions. You probably know by now that we’re talking about the trusty WordPress plugins. While they can do wonders for your website, they can also be pretty damaging if not considered carefully. WordPress plugins are all created differently by different people. Therefore you’re never quite sure what’s its going to do to your website. Majority of the time, it does it’s job. However sometimes it can cause a few glitches, or even worst – break your whole website.
Managing any work space is a tricky job. You have to work out what works best for productivity, what works best for everyone in your team and what works best to get ideas flowing. All of this is almost amplified when it comes to managing a creative work space because work here can sometimes be spontaneous and unstructured which can make workflow unpredictable. That’s why it’s so important to learn how to manage your creative work space so that you can optimise your performance.
Does your website have too much bounce? If it does, your business could be as unpredictable as Andy Murrays mood. While a bit of bounce is good if your playing the Wimbledon tennis tournament, it’s not so great for your website. We want your spectators to stay for the full match, not disappearing at the end of a set.
If you follow our secondary account on Twitter then you probably know that we have been preparing a secret project for quite some time now. We’ve been dropping hints, sending out encrypted tweets and of course working tirelessly behind the scenes. This isn’t just a project for us, its a leap into something different, a new path for us to navigate along and a new learning experience for the whole 3mil team. But whatever we want to call it, our project and new venture is finally live for you all to see.
Delivering a successful web project is difficult. However, what deems it a success in the first place? Is it the finished product? Is it the consequences of the end result? Or is it about the process? Put quite simply; it is a combination of all these things. You can build the most beautiful website but if the delivery was painful, what’s the point?
So you’ve got a pitch coming up and you really want to knock it out of the park. But, how? Nailing a design pitch is something that comes along with experience, preparation and interpersonal skills. All of which you can improve on after you have done your first few pitches.