So we all read the usual stuff about working with IE 6 & 7
Making every website backwards compatible is almost worth dying for to some web developers. I’m not one of them, but I do understand their point of view.
It’s live, it’s fabulous! Now what?
This is usually something everyone is faced with after the process of acquiring a website is completed.
They can see the finished result, but the momentum from the development process is lost, and figuring out what to do now that the site is live can be tricky.
What’s the next step?
That’s what we are going to try to sort out with this post.
When taking the steps to develop or revamp your company’s website, it’s important to know that your website needs to be more than just a collection of images and text.
Your website is your company image presented online to both current and potential customers/clients. Therefore it needs to deliver a look and feel that meets the expectations of your site visitors. Highlight the key items that make your company the solution to the visitors needs.
Metamorphic studios is in the development stage of a community website geared towards the creative community in Hong Kong foremost but also the whole of Asia.
The concept is to create more momentum for the monthly meetings we arrange here in hong Kong and for members to publish their work, get reputation and share their knowledge and ideas etc.