A really common question we get from clients buying websites is if they should add a feature while building the website, or save it for a future upgrade. There’s lots to consider here, and the answer really depends—sometimes it makes sense to add it now, other times to save it for later. This blog post provides some key points to consider, and will hopefully help guide your decision in an objective way.
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We’re always on the lookout for smart, talented designers who have a passion for their craft. We get a wide variety of applications for our design positions, but few of them submit enough information for us to evaluate them as a potential employee. In this article, I’m going to cover some of the things we’re looking for. Hopefully this will help you be more successful at applying here or at any other agency.
We’ve built our branding process around face-to-face presentations of brand concepts, logos and the big ideas. While email is quick and efficient, its advantages quickly fall apart when presenting complex and abstract ideas. This article explains the downfalls of using email to present concepts and why we insist on doing this face to face.
In our hectic work lives, email has become a tool of convenience. There’s many positives to using email to communicate: speed, time management, simplicity on the go. But in our experience, we’ve found that email isn’t a good tool for presenting abstract or complex ideas. There are many reasons for this, some of which we’ll share below.