What marketing techniques do you find to be the most successful at reaching new clients?

What marketing techniques do you find to be the most successful at reaching new clients?

When creating a marketing campaign, how do you ensure that your work is set apart from the competition?

I work full-time with Bitpool team.. So I am not actively marketing my skills or looking for clients to freelance. Having said that, I have had clients and recruiters reach out to me for jobs because of certain things I do.

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How has the popularity of mobile pages changed the way you complete content?

How has the popularity of mobile pages changed the way you complete content?

How do user-friendly mobile pages require different skill sets than traditional web pages?

To design for mobile, It needs a different perspective and approach than new skill set. Some things I do and consider are listed below. This is in no way an exhaustive list.

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#dailyui

Being a UX designer, much of my day is filled with talking, writing and wireframing to the point where I can go days and sometimes weeks before I do any visual design. So, I decided to take part in the #dailyui challenge in my spare time to learn and hone my UI design skills. Reflecting… Continue reading

StockPilr – From #UnearthedBrisbane Hackathon 2015

Stockpilr is a proactive coal stockpile management app created during a 54-hour hackathon, #UnearthedBrisbane. We solved a problem provided by BMA coal, which roughly costs the industry $120 billion. I attended my first hackathon few months back and it was a brilliant experience. My team had a good mix of skills with Caleb Hattingh (CEO… Continue reading

FAQ about my BLOC Apprenticeship

I have been frequently asked about my BLOC apprenticeship and recently Alyssa Brown asked me some brilliant questions that everyone should be asking. So, with her consent, I decided to publish them here to help more people. What time frame did you take the class 12, 18 or 36 weeks? Started with 12 and quickly… Continue reading

Don’t make me think: Revisited

Originally Published on UX Book Reviews on August 16th, 2015. “Don’t make me think – Revisited” hasn’t changed much from its first edition published 15 years back. Everything Krug wrote in 2001 has still stayed relevant with the growth of the user experience design. This is a good read for beginners to get a solid understanding… Continue reading