Every designer has their own processes for how they work and how they interact with clients. In many cases these processes have been built over years of client interaction.
Today’s post looks at what a “content marketing strategy” is and why it’s essential to every business with an online presence. As technology advances and more and more options pop up for self-promotion, high quality content remains one of the few elements that can’t be automated.
As of April 21st last year, Google introduced an update to their search engine ranking algorithm that promotes mobile-friendly websites over ones that aren’t.
Having a new website built is an exciting experience. You momentarily become the author of your destiny. You have the opportunity to shape your immediate future and put in place the plans you’ve had running through your mind for weeks, months or even years. But it also comes with a wealth of potential pitfalls and problems.
There is so much content on the web that finding reliable, trustworthy and accurate information can be difficult. Starting out as a small business is hard enough, so we’re releasing our own free business guides for small business owners.
This month marks an important milestone in the evolution of our web design business. From February onwards, we’ll be building all websites exclusively using the SSL protocol. This post will explain what SSL is (briefly) and why we believe all websites should be using it, without exception.
It’s a new year and we’ve started by cleaning our slate. You’re looking at the fourth iteration of the White Heat Design website and after months of work we’re happy to finally release it into the wilds of the interwebs.
It’s been just over six months since I quit my job and took WHD full time and it’s absolutely flown by! While it’s been mostly positive, there have also been a couple of issues that needed addressing. Today I’m going to write about my experiences of taking the business full-time over the last six months.
Last month we completed another re-branding and website re-design. This time for Hale Physiotherapy & Wellness Centre, a physiotherapy centre in Ware (near Hertfordshire) specialising in a range of health and fitness-related services.
After more than 7 years attempting to play the part of web designer, developer, marketer, accountant and countless other roles by myself, I’m delighted to finally introduce White Heat Design’s first partner. And it’s a good ‘un.