Every year it’s important to review what’s happened and look forward to the year ahead. 2016 with all its unpredictability is no different. Here’s the questions we use to do just that.
Building a website and online presence takes time and a lot of energy. How do you make sure you are putting your energies in the right areas?
Every successful entrepreneur or business owner needs to keep evolving and improving both personally and professionally in order to achieve their overall vision – accountability is the only way to achieve this. Who are you accountable to?
As we celebrate our fifth year in business we share some of the changes we’ve embraced to set us up for the next five years and beyond...
The cost of having an effective website is often seen as too high for smaller businesses, leading to the most important phase of the project –the discovery phase– being so cut back it’s effectively useless. Investing in having clear objectives and goals will ultimately save you money in the long run. Here’s why.
To ensure your website project is a success, you need to have some clear elements in place. Take a look at our 5 essentials to appointing the right supplier to deliver a successful project.
Have you ever been tendering for your website only to receive three extremely varied estimates? Often this is due to not having a rock solid brief. So read on to see how you can write one.
Many people only start thinking holistically about branding for their business when they have a website (re)designed. That’s because it can be a maze to navigate. But there is a way you can chart your path to clarity.
2015 into 2016. It’s been an encouraging year for RMLalchan as we transitioned from ‘web and graphic design’ to our new focus of ‘clarity, strategy, action’ and launched our brand new Clarity Assessment product.
I’ve had many conversations with both frustrated clients and frustrated customers not understanding each other. Often this is due to a lack of clarity around the original idea, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
It can be exciting having a logo or website (re)designed for your business. Naturally you want something tangible as soon as possible, but many customers aren’t ready to have a website or logo commissioned as they don't have enough clarity on their vision. So the question you really need to ask is: are you ready? Here’s how you check.