The start of a new year is traditionally a time to reflect on the past 12 months and make plans for the coming year. If you are looking to change website platforms, or simply wish to re design your site, look no further.
To celebrate Gibe’s 5th birthday and the successful launch of our most recent project for Southampton Airport we took the team for a long weekend company trip to Amsterdam.
I recently attended the Umbraco UK Festival 2013 in London and went to a talk by Matt Brailsford.
Matt talked about bridging front end/back end divide in the digital workplace, and I wanted to explore his thoughts and really consider how much back end a front end developer should really know!
Our Senior Front End Developer, Karl Tynan, has been nominated for the augural Brand You Awards from Bristol Media.
Further in my series of E-commerce basics blogs for marketing/e-commerce managers I am today looking at writing a comprehensive brief. I thought it would be useful to cover the main elements you need to consider and convey before briefing your internal team or new agency on a new e-commerce project.
They say in life it's the little things that matter - they even agree in Zombieland. I watched an interview with Dave Brailsford, performance director of the British Olympic cycling team, and he certainly agrees.
Developing content for your website is crucial to driving more traffic to your site and engaging your audience with your brand - it also really helps your Google ranking. This isn't just a numbers game though, generating endless reams of content that maintains your voice in the market but adds no value is pointless. Here are a few tips to ensure you're not just clogging up the internet with unnecessary dross to keep Google happy.
Today we found out that we've been listed as a top 10 "agency to watch" in the South West. The directory has been complied by Bristol Media and lists the top 100 creative agencies in the South West. Whilst we're too new to be in the list - and might struggle since it's based on turnover we've been nominated as an agency to watch. This is a massive coup for us since we only formed in 2009 and have spent the last few months working really hard setting up the business and delivering projects for our clients.
Bring on the 2010 directory - we're aiming to break into the top 100 list!
Since moving back from London many of my chums in the industry have asked me what I think the differences are between Bristol and London digital agencies. I thought I'd stick my thoughts down based on my experiences working for E3 a medium size agency based in Bristol and Dare a large London agency.