Category Archives: Inane Ramblings
I’ve been working with WordPress for as long as I can remember (well, not technically, but you get what I mean). There are loads of things I’ve picked up along the way, that seem like second nature to me – but I’ve realised that some of my fellow developers don’t know all of these little helpful tidbits – they probably know a ton of their own instead to be fair.
Responsive Web Design has been a hot topic for a while now – but with Google announcing their mobile-friendly algorithm update for mid-April, it’s become more important than ever to ensure your site is ready for mobiles and tablets. Continue reading →
I’ve been asked this question so many times in the last couple of months that I thought I would write a short blog post on it. That question was: “What is it like being a freelance web designer?” I am not sure what the right or wrong answer is to this, but I’ll give it a bash and try to be honest. Continue reading →
I’ve been working with tons of fantastic charities over the course of 2014 and I have enjoyed every moment of it. Helping with anything from Social Media and SEO to full-on web design and development, working with charities on a pro-bono basis has been a really fantastic experience.
I get so many clients asking me about SEO. “How can I be number 1 in Google for my keywords?” – well, the truth is, there really shouldn’t be a ‘method’ to this. Google are trying to make everything as natural as possible, and whilst other companies and I can help you to improve your rankings, you have to get it right from the outset. Continue reading →