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Most recent blogs in the Clients category

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

Qantas Cash re-launches with major upgrade for 2016

Qantas Cash re-launched their Australian website overnight, with a new responsive design replacing the original 2013 adaptive site.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

Overcoming the dreaded 'content block'

There comes a time on all web projects when the discussion turns to content. As simple as it may sound, content provision can actually be one of the most difficult tasks befalling the client. Thankfully there are a few tricks and tips to help get over the 'content block'.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

The holy trinity of a successful project

This week I had cause to remind a couple of colleagues of the 'iron triangle' - a representation of the relationship between the forces that combine to constrain any project. Sometimes also referred to as the 'scope triangle' or 'quality triangle', it is also a traditional measure of project success.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production Featured

Cart abandonment? Who needs a cart! Recover lost revenue NOW.

Regular readers of the Wiliam blog will have noticed that cart abandonment has been a trending topic over the past 6 months, give or take. There's a good reason for this, and there's nothing I like better than a good yarn about how we've managed to turn around the fortunes of one of our awesome clients.

Simon Miller Team : Web Development

TLDR; or, The Importance of Documentation

Nobody can be expected to recall the events that occurred in a meeting six months prior to release of a project. We document so that everybody understands the scope of work in such sufficient detail as to produce outstanding work.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production

Writer's block - handling clients who struggle with their content

As the project manager, it's no fun having a fully designed and developed website - i.e. technically and functionally ready for launch - when it's still full of gaping holes where content is supposed to be.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production

Highrise view - how word gets around

Every now and again, you're reminded about how far-and-wide the Wiliam blog is read.

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production

Qantas Cash launches in New Zealand

This week, Wiliam can boast yet another successful website launch. In conjunction with MasterCard, we are proud to announce that Qantas Cash has officially launched into the New Zealand marketplace.

Kathleen Shrimpton Team : Web Production

So what!

Do we really need the ‘so that’ part of a user story?

Matthew Bruce Team : Web Production

It's nice to feel appreciated

A couple of months back I published a blog about cart abandonment technologies, and used 'Rejoiner' as a specific example that we had integrated for one of our major clients with tremendous, overnight success. Today I received a heart-felt thank you letter from the Rejoiner CEO himself. Chuffed!

Robert Beerworth Team : Web Strategy

Metrics and benchmarks for startups: pity they probably don’t apply to you

Truth be known, I was so excited to stumble upon these numbers that I started writing my blog before I finished reading the original article. Unfortunately, my enthusiasm ended up fairly muted by the time I finished reading, though here is my blog anyway: for people who are excited by metrics like me, however high-level and inapplicable they might be.

Josh Shardlow Team : Web Production Featured

The (ir)relevance of your homepage

Are homepages really that important?

Jessica Kriklewicz Team : Design

How to prevent going over time and budget on a design project.

You might ask yourself, why do projects go over time? Is it because the client is being greedy and asking for work out of scope? Or is it because the designer is too slow? These could be the reasons, but more often than not is is down to lack of understanding of the project than anything else. Understanding the business goals before you start the project is paramount, this will save you time at the end because you will do it right the first time! Here are a few practical tips to help you stay on track and on time:

Josh Shardlow Team : Web Production

How to pick the Conversion Cup trifecta

Every day there’s winners and losers in the race to optimise landing page conversion. Here's my guide to the key runners.

Josh Shardlow Team : Web Production

Funding your new website

You've got a great business idea and you’re ready to turn it into reality. There’s just one small problem – building a new website can be expensive. Here’s a few ideas you may want to consider when looking to fund your new venture.

Edwin Antonian Team : Web Design

The Collaborative Creative brief - good for design and for the client

Collaborating with a client through the initial design brief stage is of huge benefit to the future outcomes of a project

Robert Beerworth Team : Web Strategy Featured

The importance of the value proposition to MVP; and starting with Lean UX

MVP gets spoken off plenty these days, though unless you’re an Internet guy or girl, you’ll need additional tools to allow you to achieve it. The ‘value proposition’ is the most important of these tools, backed by the lean UX process.

Clementine d'Arco Team : Web Design

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