In a constantly changing field, it is important to stay on top of industry standards. DesignHammer team members share some insights and take aways this week on project management fundamentals, accessibility law, data-driven SEO fixes, and getting past the planning stage.
In the office this week we read about accessible typefaces, dogfooding, estimates, and mapping population.
We have a variety of topics this week ranging from negative ranting in open source communities and project management pitfalls to psychological conversion techniques and avoiding SEO mistakes.
We have a diverse assortment of topics covered this week: favorite accessibility tools, empathy in the workplace, and user experience driving design.
This week we are talking about the power of open graph meta tags, HTML 5.1 as the new standard, and bridging communication barriers.
This week at DesignHammer we are talking about posting legally on social media, managing multiple projects, and improving page speed.
DesignHammer team members share takeaways and useful resources from readings they've done this week. This week we are reading about website accessibility and Internet law, project management, date driven testing and continuous improvement, optimizing code, and internet protocols.
Stephen and David prepare for DrupalCon North America, the largest Drupal Event in the world, as well as for New Orleans, the conferences host city for 2016. They are ready to learn the latest about Drupal, connect with prospects, meet current clients, prospects and vendors, enjoys the food, famous cocktails, and unique sites of the Crescent City.
Those of us in Sales and Business Development are always looking to close the next deal. Sometimes, walking away is really the better choice. Watch a video I collaborated on outlining ways agencies and clients can tank a website development project.
A website project led by DesignHammer for Interiors In Flight of Orlando has won an Award of Excellence in the 2016 Communicator Awards.
The website was judged among the top tier of over 6,000 entries, across eleven categories. Entries were submitted to The 22nd Annual Communicator Awards from throughout the US and around the world.