In part one, I shared some of the painful lessons I learned by not planning. We also reviewed the benefits of planning and then began to lay a foundation for the start of a web development business. Now, let’s go deeper.
I didn’t start with a plan. In 2006, I began accepting new web development clients. I hadn’t planned for it, they just came to me asking for work and I said yes. Business boomed. But I didn’t have a plan.
It’s time for entrepreneurs to lift their game when it comes to website design and maintenance strategies, says Palo Alto Software UK General Manager Alan Gleeson. With countless options competing for Web surfers attention and more savvy users, the bar has been set a lot higher in terms of Web design and content, and if [...]
Andy Crofford, creator of the infographic here, called it The Psychology of Color. He also called it “Must See for Web Designers.” I think it’s also must-see for entrepreneurs, managers, and business owners (small here, but you can click it to go to the source, in full size). One of the things I’m proud of [...]