Some common pain points they face are:
Sending emails with attached JPGs, PDFs to multiple clients and then tracking their replies and gathering reviews in a single place
Tracking versions. They will send out version 3 for review and someone will send comments on version 1
Conflicting reviews. One person will ask to change the colour to green, and another will ask to change it to blue
Uploading and sharing videos. And getting comments
Understanding comments. It’s very often like solving puzzles. Comments like ‘Make it green’ and you have to ask the client ‘Make What green?’
Do you also face similar challenges?
Please comment or share your challenges so that I can share with you one tool that we are coming with forever free plan.
However due to the lack of opportunities I was presented based on my beginner experience, I hadn't got any work is a while which is why I moved to SEO work. I again spent another month learning about SEO, obtaining an internship which then led onto being full-time work. I currently have the opportunity to determine what I want to do in the long term and have been interested in moving to Web Designing since I actually wanted to major in an Art field pre-college (UK) but chose the IT-field.
I would like some advice from fellow Web Designers and professionals about what steps to take in pursuing this career and being successful? I feel that the knowledge I have obtained through my internship as a Front-End Developer and work in SEO could transition well to Web Designing.
I'm looking for a bit of advice/suggestions on what to include in my CV. This may sound like a dumb question so allow me to elaborate a little further.
For so long now I have wanted to work in the web industry but my current job isn't remotely similar to this, it's insurance work. Yep, I hear you, it IS duller than dish water! The role came at a time when I was desperate for work, so it was only sensible to take it.
The job was initially for a 3 month period, which turned into 6, 9, 12 months and is now a permanent position, it was guaranteed money so I wasn't just going to walk.
Well, it's the start of a brand new year, we all make resolutions and my one and only resolution for 2014 IS to break into the web industry.
I have a plan and know what I need to do
1. Get involved with as much design and coding as possible so I can . . . 2. Build a portfolio to show potential employers which will help in . . . 3. Getting me my first shot.
"So what's any of this got to do with CV advise?"
Well, I want to start applying for some jobs that I've seen and yeah, it maybe a waste of time as I don't have anything to show at the moment but I will have in a month or 2. The area I'm confused about and the reason for this post is the 'Employment History' section.
I'm not exactly young, I've been working for the last 14 years now and could list quite a bit of info but none of it is going to be relevant to the roles that I'll be applying for, surely employers won't be interested in 'Audio/Visual Installer' or 'Senior Team Leader' or 'Delivery Driver'? To me this would be a waste of time.
So, going back to the beginning of this post . . . if you were me what would you put in the 'Employment History' section?
Thoughts/advice/suggestions are all welcome and appreciated.
Hello I am designing a group of websites on behalf of my boss (a building contractor) which will all have the same theme / layout just different infomation on each relating to different aspects of building so one site for bathroom fitting one for kitchen fitting etc.... and have them all interlinked to each other under different domains and acting as individual sites.
Bearing in mind this is my first attempt at building a website and I only unerstand html and css could anyone perhaps offer any help in regards to a better design or offer any advice that may improve the website www.guildbathrooms.com.