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Smaller agency to bigger agency: My experience

July 7, 2011
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Smaller agency to bigger agency: My experience

As I’m in the process of changing jobs right now I wrote a little honest piece on how I found the transition from small to larger digital agency, what I learnt and why I’m moving on. Zero web project management value here, but a subject I know many wonder about – what’s it like at a bigger place? Read More →

Record Your Web Project Management Meetings

Record Your Web Project Management Meetings

Do you ever get back from a long web project management meeting, where you discussed a multitude of complex functionality and web project requirements, only to find your notes resemble a collection of unintelligible scribbles and random drawings of swirls? Then perhaps it’s time to fire up the Excalibur of web project meetings – the digital voice recorder. Read More →

The Web Project Manager Interviews: Belle Liu

April 26, 2011
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The Web Project Manager Interviews: Belle Liu

Belle Liu is the Managing Partner at Hong Kong-based boutique digital agency BeansBox. She also doubles as the agency's sole Web Project Manager and if you want to find out how treating your web project clients like your girlfriend or boyfriend can be advantageous then just click the link below for web project management analogy goodness! Read More →

Adopting New Tech & Commercial Competitiveness

February 21, 2011
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Adopting New Tech & Commercial Competitiveness

My new article, published on Think Vitamin, focuses on different approaches web agencies can take when traversing the need to spend time learning and adopting new technologies, such as HTML5 and CSS3, while retaining their cash flow and commercial competitive advantage on a day-to-day basis. Read More →

The Web Project Manager Interviews: Nick Pan

February 14, 2011
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The Web Project Manager Interviews: Nick Pan

Want to read how to someone who started in the toilet business ended up in web project management? Then read the next in the Web Project Manager Interviews series, this time with Nick Pan, Director of Projects and Qais Consulting, who says with regards to new project opportunities “...you’ve got to know when to hold ’em and and when fold ‘em.” Read More →

The Web Project Manager Interviews: Brett Harned

October 22, 2010
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The Web Project Manager Interviews: Brett Harned

Friends, let me introduce to you Mr. Brett Harned, Senior Web Project manager at Happy Cog. In this interview Brett discusses his own, and Happy Cog's, approach to web project management. If you want to find out how your own web project management role compares to that of a world famous and highly respected digital agency, then read on. Read More →

UK Digital Agency Jobs at Volume

August 9, 2010
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UK Digital Agency Jobs at Volume

I’ve recently started a new job at Volume, a UK-based digital agency. They’re growing fast and looking to fill loads of positions including; a Technology Analyst, Head of User Experience (UX), Social Marketing & Strategy Planner and an Events Executive. Read More →

The 37signals Planning Philosophy Mistake

August 2, 2010
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The 37signals Planning Philosophy Mistake

The guys at 37signals are young, cool, and successful. They’re pioneers in the web industry and have shown how taking completely unconventional approaches can produce phenomenal results. So let’s all follow their lead and stop planning our web projects so much, no more boring functional specifications, let’s just get on and build it! Ruh roh! Read More →

The Web Project Manager Interviews: Cola Richmond

July 26, 2010
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The Web Project Manager Interviews: Cola Richmond

Next up in the hot seat is Cola Richmond, a Web Project Manager at The Group. Aside from working for a company that sounds like a clandestine CIA outfit, issuing me with death threats, performing interesting magic tricks with animals and coining the phrase PM2.0, she also runs web projects galore – read how she and her company run things. Read More →