Even as an owner of a little web design company I still get a healthy amount of speculative career enquiries. The problem with almost all of them is that they have little knowledge of what my company does, where we are or even what our names are. In short, these people are doing it all wrong. If I were looking for a job, this is what I’d do…
After the update for WordPress 4.6 was released I realised something: there are too many people out there who own a website yet have absolutely no idea about how it works. In this post I talk about what everyone should know when it comes to their website.
One of the hardest things about running your own company is shouting about your successes.
Often at 2nd Floor, we’ve just got our heads down working on great projects for great people. So much so that we don’t have time to share the projects with you on our website or on social media.
We worked together to focus in on the needs of Cultivate’s business, one of the stand-outs from these discussions was their relationship with their clients. This has always been the key to their success.
A fast and performant website is incredibly important. Mobile and tablet usage are on the rise, people are busy and increasingly impatient, everyone wants to get to content more quickly. Although this post is tailored to WordPress there are still some great takeaways for any web project so even if you’re not running a WordPress website, read on to learn some neat tips and tricks you may not have already heard of.
Chris and the team at Rotorflush Filters Ltd didn’t just want a redesign. They wanted to move away from the bespoke CMS they were on, completely rework the site structure, navigation and content.