This article was written while I was on holidays in Queensland, taking a break from the Melbourne Winter. As I’m not familiar with the roads in Queensland, I am relying on the presence of clear, logical road signs to get straight to where I want to go. Website navigation* should be similar; simple, clear and […]
I’ve been reviewing a lot of websites for clients over the past few weeks. Often, at first glance, a website looks great. But when you drill down to the details, there are things that can be improved. If the devil is in the detail, make sure your website gives a heavenly user experience by checking […]
WordPress offers different website solutions depending on where your business is at, and this is something that has taken us much research, trial and error to figure out. WordPress can be used as the backend for any business website whether it is a blog or a standard website. Like everything related to website development, everyone […]
The Grassroots blog has now been live for 13 months. It’s a new year and a time for reflection and we would like to share the some of the valuable lessons we have learned in our blogging bubble.
I was recently involved in a website development project for the launch of a new product. The client had no knowledge or experience in website design and development (which is often the case for first time website owners) and had entered into a contract with a company that would design and build her a website. […]
When I first started learning about creating websites that get results, I asked a colleague for advice about courses I should do and books I should read. Luckily for me, he recommended reading a book that completely changed how I look at websites. I’ve since recommended it to many many people and they all feel […]