Posted 21.09.2017 @ 9.45AM
Don't know where your backlinks are from, but they're certainly not showing up on a couple of SEO testing tools, so one obvious thing to look into.
Also got some funny outcomes from trying this tool: https://search.google.com/test/mobile-friendly
Once it didn't reach the site at all, another time it loaded but wasn't showing images, so something else to investigate. It is showing that it's loading very slowly via some online tools, which would be a big mark down by google.
And FYI, your main image on your homepage doesn't go full width of the browser on my screen. No idea if it's a factor, but something to address anyway, and does suggest that your code overall may need a once over by someone.
Posted 16.09.2017 @ 4.33AM (Edited 16.09.2017 @ 4.34AM)
::hire our php developers they are expert in development.::
Your one chance to make an elevator pitch hasn't done much to sell me in all honesty... nor your grammar
Posted 15.09.2017 @ 6.51PM
Interestingly, as someone that does want to know the best method with regards to the technology I'm using, doing a little more googling today I did come across this article, which if you read down to the updates added at the bottom, do give me pause for thought: http://adrianroselli.com/2013/12/the-truth-about-truth-about-multiple-h1.html
I have also had someone I respect claim that accessibility experts are quite strong in their advice to only have one <h1> tag per page.
So some things to think about perhaps...
Posted 15.09.2017 @ 6.30PM
Where have you found info that says that accessibility would be different from what google recommend? Most sources I have read outline that if you're using HTML 5, and so grouping your page's content elements in <article> tags, for example, that the most correct first tag within an <article> tag would be <h1> (or <header> if you want to be even more "correct")
Posted 04.07.2017 @ 4.09PM
Hey @Dave we use Quadra Hosting. They have Aussie servers and a good redundancy plan in place.
Haven't used it for just emails but might be worth a look:
Posted 23.06.2017 @ 11.34AM (Edited 23.06.2017 @ 11.35AM)
I think most of the ideas here are great. Especially:
::Auto subscribe to threads you've posted in, ability to unsubscribe.
Maybe open it up a bit to guest writers or submissions?::
My 2c is that with all of the industry pros that use the site I see Aus Infront as a potential resource for newbies. I guess I can see the site as specific to Australian industry professionals (to use themselves or for students to get in contact with them). I don't know any other site with such direct access to real world designers. I think that could be the point of difference from all of the other design sites out there.
There are heaps of places to get design related news (although having a local bias is great) but why don't we have educational resources like 'How to set up a print ready file'; or 'How to fire a client' etc etc? I would be happy to contribute to something like that.
Re the folios, again, there are heaps of folio sites and I use them before I would check out the folios here. Often because as @Dave says people:
::simply adding their folio and then never contributing to the site again::
Why not combine profile and folio into one section?
Hope that helps
Posted 24.04.2017 @ 3.41PM
Wow, @Dave and @Dan agreeing. That would be enough to convince me.
I agree, dev isn't something you can just learn and enjoy. It would be like me buying a pencil and notepad, doing a course on drawing and thinking I'll be an illustrator.
If you are an analytical person who can work out how another person problem solves, then integrate that into your method, go for it. Otherwise you'll probably end up on cookie cutter, process driven projects that won't stimulate your creative side.
Posted 03.04.2017 @ 3.45PM
@dave - much better.
If the client wants it to 'pop' with a bit of 'wow factor' - then you could always change the font to @jamesb 's warehaus/rave font...
@trex - love you work as always. When I grow up, I want to design like you.
Posted 31.03.2017 @ 4.31PM
@Dave yeah agreed.
@TRex depends on the client/job. This website was a very small project so I did it 100% pro-bono. Normally for bigger projects I take off 40% but it all depends who it's for and if they have any income to speak of.