In the final part of our five-part series on how to plan better websites, Astute Communications owner Anna Stout discussed visual design, “the part that people really look forward to.” Yet because of today’s vast array of screen sizes and shapes, she emphasized the importance of beginning the visual design process by focusing on responsive web design.
In this Episode of BizCraft we talk about past company retreats, how we’ve handled client collections, and the worst clients we’ve ever worked for.
UMS Video Podcast: Giovanni talks with Lara about how she managed major changes for Etsy; how she adjusted their internal design process and how she got the right people to buy into responsive.
Carl talks with Greg Storey, getting an update since the last time we had him on the show.
Giovanni talks with Mat Marquis about the future of responsive images during BDConf Nashville.
In the process of catching up in this episode we got into talking about running events and how we do those as a full on business approach.
Carl and Gene share some of the things that stress them out the most about running a design business.
Carl interviews longtime leader in web design/dev and founding partner of Clearleft Andy Budd.
Carl and Gene talk about how society and all its bullcrap can affect your business for better or worse.
This is the 50th episode of the BizCraft show. How are we only at 50? Well, we don’t really know, but we’ve had a blast so far and thought we’d take a show and just look back at the most listened to episodes.
In this special interview edition of BizCraft Carl talks with Dan Mall about the role of a creative director in a digital agency.