Whether you’re troubleshooting a bug, adding new functionality, or trying to improve how well a website performs, you might be inclined to add something to it.
I’m a big fan of data. I think that, second to maybe only social proof, it’s one of the most powerful weapons a brand has in convincing prospective users or customers to trust it. That said, data isn’t always the easiest to read or comprehend when all you have to look at is a bunch of numbers or steps. Or when it’s buried in mountains of text.
Whether it’s in your personal or professional life, it’s great to be recognized for a job well done. Agencies who come through and deliver on promises by delighting their clients deserve recognition as well. Applying for awards is a powerful way to formally take stock of your achievements, keep up with industry trends, and reinspire your team.
Microsoft Word wanted to autocorrect “responsible design” to “responsive design.” Let that sit for a minute.
Responsive web design is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s do-or-die for your business. The concept is not new for most.
In The Office, Michael Scott’s employees almost always gave in to his bad behavior, hissy fits, insensitivity, and so on.
Are you wondering if applying to all the web agency awards is worth the time and money? Agency owners know that winning industry awards provides real value.