Category Archives: Web consultancy

Verbification – bad or really good?

Fairground carousel

A list of a candidate’s qualifications for a recent appointment included the following: “She currently carousels on numerous committees.” This verbified noun took me by surprise. I thought carousels were are either merry-go-rounds or movable screens on a website or phone. I suppose the intention was to suggest that the person had lots of experience […]

The Successful Women Academy is launched

The Successful Women Academy, founder AnYes van Rhijn and expert in web content Susannah Ross

“Everything you need to be a successful woman, at your fingertips” Today sees the launch of the Successful Women Academy, the brainchild of business mentor AnYes van Rhijn. The Academy is a unique membership portal where 70+ experts in their fields will provide you not only with business skills, but also with the personal development […]

Is revamping your website like building an airport?

Not exactly, but what they have in common is that most building projects take longer and cost more than originally thought. It doesn’t have to be an extreme case, such as the new Berlin airport – nine years late and billions of Euros over budget – but even quite small website projects usually take longer […]

What a difference “editorial” can make!

Of the three types of work that go to make a website – editorial, design and coding – editorial must come first. I would say that, wouldn’t I? But here’s a case study to show what I mean: A small charity website had grown rather haphazardly. No-one had had much time to think about it […]