Scott Cole, a Norwich based Web Designer and Developer, creating brilliant things.

Scott Cole
Web Designer
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How to evaluate your website without help from a web or UX designer

It’s 2018. A new year. You’ve written your 2018 business plan and you’re full of hope for the year ahead. There’s one task you know that’s extremely crucial to success this year and it’s a task you want to get ahead of – evaluating and redesigning/re-working your website to maximise its potential. I’ll discuss how […]

How to get the most out of your first meeting with a web designer and the questions web designer will ask

So you’ve got your first meeting with a web designer coming up. They’re going to craft you an amazing website that’s going to boost your business. But, you’re wondering what questions web designers ask in these meetings and how you can prepare best. I’ve read a number of articles that tackle this topic from a […]

Is it time for a website redesign

How often should I redesign my website? It’s a question I’ve seen before, and I’ve read articles about it too (for example, this one from Spinweb in 2014). As a web designer, I’ll know when I want to redesign my website. But that’s really non-specific and doesn’t help answer the question of how often you […]

How can this local business with personality mirror that on their website?

Local websites are perhaps more important than many people realise. But how can you improve the website experience for local customers? There’s a thriving trend of customers using local businesses lately. I recently read this article by Liberis about consumer attitudes; the headline is that 80% of consumers plan on using more local businesses in […]

web designer first meeting

You’ve realised you need a website. Good choice as it’s well accepted that’s not a choice for businesses anymore. But you might find yourself asking what steps web designers take. When you contact a web designer to get a quote and start the process (whether they’re working by themselves, or it’s an agency) they’ll probably […]