If you’re a regular reader of our blog then you may well have seen the interviews we’ve been conducting with each team within Totally. We recently noticed there’s three very important people missing from this list - none other than our directors (we have three). So we thought it was only fair to get the low-down from them in a micro-series of blogs, so without further ado here’s what our CTO Ben Gritz had to say..
If you’re a regular reader of the Totally blog then you may well have seen the interviews we’ve been conducting with each team within Totally. We recently noticed there’s three very important people missing from this list - None other than our directors. So we thought it was only fair to get the low-down from them in a micro-series of blogs, and without further ado here’s what our CEO Andy had to say..
We’d like to introduce Michael Joyce who is our new Technical Project Manager. He joined us in November and we thought it’d only be fair to ask him a few questions so you guys could get to know him better.
We’re currently looking to hire an experienced and enthusiastic designer to join our growing team, we thought we’d share with you a few tips on how to land yourself the perfect job as a senior web designer.
We’d like to introduce Sara Bellon who is our new office manager at Totally Communications. She joined us in September and as she has a very public-facing role we thought we’d ask her a couple of questions so you guys could get to know her a bit better.
Having tip top ‘on-page SEO’ is now more essential than ever before… the days of tricking Google with hidden content, boiler plate copy and keyword stuffed rubbish are long gone. (You’ll get stuck in an algorithmic penalty and not even know it).
Working at a digital agency means you're surrounded by a variety of talented people every day and as we’re looking for an experienced UX designer to join our team, we thought we’d share a little bit about where where our current designers find inspiration on the job:
Walk into an average school classroom these days and you can expect to find desks or tables either lined up to face the front of the class, or arranged into islands for group work. The walls and doors of the room will be covered with inspirational learning posters, and maybe a display area for student work. You may even see a couple of computer screens or laptops sitting in the corner.
However, times are rapidly changing, and in a few schools you may discover a very different layout, and it will be one that is predicted to become more commonplace as the future fast approaches.