People don’t make websites every day so it’s easy to think it’s a walk in the park and shouldn’t take long. But there are many different considerations and parties needed to be involved in creating a successful website.
In the last eighteen months we’ve seen Asset Management Marketers under increased internal pressure to better understand the digital needs of their customers, and more importantly the relevance of their end to end digital experience.
According to a recent study by Sweor it takes the average user 0.05 seconds (50 milliseconds) to form an opinion on a website – proving that first impressions really do count. This means that it’s more important than ever to have an eye catching.
The Project Management Institute has predicted that by 2027, there will be roughly 88 million roles in, and related to, project management.
Whether you’re still pretty new to project managing or about to go into your 100th project, it’s always important to look back over your process to see what worked well for you and use this to help inform how you approach your next one.
Designing and implementing a ‘Mobile First’ strategy should be a given. So, if any asset manager isn’t taking steps to consider their mobile users, they can expect a negative impact on their digital brand footprint.
One of the words that keeps creeping up in all the blogs we’re reading and events that we’ve been attending is personalisation, and the impact that personalising your content can have.
Imagine a row of 20 plates all spinning on sticks. There is one person frantically running around trying to spin all these plates. Running backwards and forwards trying to keep them all going. Quite a stressful thought, isn’t it?
Accessibility testing. You might have heard that term being mentioned when you started designing and creating your website, but are you totally sure what it means and, more importantly, how to make sure your website passes the test?