When a person arrives at your website they may already know exactly who you are and what you do; due to having had previous dealings with your business. Others will come to your website with very little or even no knowledge of who you are.
For these people visiting a website can be a treasure hunt rather than an enjoyable experience, as a website can forget to state the most basic of information; who you are and what your business does.
In January we boldly claimed that the must see event of 2013 would be Think Visibility; which rocked Leeds this past weekend. Now a few days after the event we feel our bold prediction was pretty spot on, but then we are somewhat biased.
Since rumours of Internet Explorer 10 first began to surface it became evident that there had been a culture change within Microsoft and in particular the Internet Explorer development team. IE10 was going to be a browser built as much for developers as it was users. Instead of focusing on underused proprietary features IE10 was going to adopt a standards approach and push the latest HTML and CSS developments; and largely it has done that.
We're only a couple of weeks into 2013 and our first new website of the year has been launched; The Behaviour Company. The website is the first redesign since its birth in 2010 and the website has undergone a major upgrade.
On 2nd March 2013 Think Visibility returns for its 8th event, and anyone who has previously attended the conference knows that this in itself results in giddy shrieks of excitement. But what truly makes it a must-see event is that conference organiser, Dom Hodgson, has finally convinced our own Becky Naylor to speak.
Christmas cards are a nice way to send out a little Christmas cheer in December, but that buzz doesn't last so long and within a few weeks the cards are heading to be recycled. Charity Christmas cards help add something more worthwhile to the act of card giving but the amount that goes to charity depends on the cost of producing the cards themselves.
2013 will mark Bronco’s 10th birthday and as the company has grown over those 10 years we’ve done our best to repay the hard work of our team. But while we’ve always tried to ensure our people are comfortable both inside and outside of working hours we’ve lacked a stunning office in which to do the amazing work we do. Our team deserve an environment that has a positive influence on their working lives.
That’s why (hopefully) in 9 weeks time we will be moving into brand new offices marking the biggest change for our team in quite some time.