Posted 18.10.2014 @ 5.15AM
Wondering if anyone can recommend a simple/clean online task management app?
At present just using Google docs, simple enough to create a spreadsheet with task + notes on each line, cross off as I do each one. I find project management apps way overkill so works fine for smaller projects, but always like to know about new tools that I may find useful...
Posted 13.10.2014 @ 5.23AM
This is good:
::For our smaller studio community and visitors there will be cleaner air and more enriching studio environment::
This sounds like more work, something which smaller studios especially are unlikely to have time for:
::coupled with a fascinating design task of setting up and maintaining the installation::
Best solutions need to be easily installed, and *very* low maintenance.
Posted 10.10.2014 @ 11.58AM (Edited 10.10.2014 @ 12.01PM)
::If you're not in Melbourne - don't respond to a question specifically asking for Melbourne.::
I'm not in Melbourne, but if I see a post asking for a resource and I can provide a suitable location-independent service I'd probably consider posting too.
::If you're not in Australia, stop passing off being Australian with a .com.au address.::
I'm not in Australia, but I am an Australian and have a registered Australian business. Should I not post on an Australian design community forum either?
@TANGERINE - I'd suggest you spend a little more time as a member of the community before suggesting who should or shouldn't be posting. And if you do have an issue with anyone's post them please do report it to us moderators, we do appreciate the heads up, especially where spam is concerned.
Posted 10.10.2014 @ 11.51AM
::Please note this comment has been cross-posted; it also appears in the Discussions-thread.::
If you had been around this forum for a little while you would have realised all threads are displayed on a single page, so no need for double posting. I've deleted the other thread (and am hoping you'll contribute to "your" creative community to give us good reason to not regard this thread as mere spam...).
We're a very friendly bunch but boy we hate spam!!
It seems a very interesting project and I'm sure if you did hang around your creative community on AiF a little you'd find many like-minded individuals.
Posted 18.08.2014 @ 11.23AM
Can't add much to what Dave has said.
::there are no tricks, if it's a good site it'll get out there::
That kind of sums it up I think. There are a lot of people out there (the vast majority in my experience) that think 'SEO' is a plugin you can just install to make your site 'rank no 1 on Google' but as @Dave has explained, it's about how your site is built/written/updated.
@JustinFox my point about Coke was:
::Although if you search a company name on Google and it doesn't come up first I would be worried.::
Coke is first when you Google 'Coke'. But so are 99% of the world's companies when you **search for their company name**.
::I think SEO only comes into play when you are looking for "cola drink in Melbourne"::
When you don't know a company and you **search for something based on other information** (location, category, etc), that's when SEO is important.
::For the record, Coke is second on the list when you Google that.::
Karma Cola came up first in my Google search using this example.