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Becoming a freelance Web Designer

Becoming a freelancer is a good idea if you know you can be really strict with yourself. You won’t have a boss to keep on nagging you to do the job, you need to be 2in1. Personally I found that was the hardest thing to do at the beginning. It is all up to you how you going to do things and how you will approach a client, which projects to take and which not. Until you get into a routine of doing things, it might feel like a real struggle. It is always harder to learn good habits and those bad – die hard. Since now you don’t have a regular income you must learn to plan ahead. You will also have to learn the best way to deal with people and workload. Modern era customer service. In the modern world customer service seems to be much different to what it use to be. Some deals are done even […]

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A short guide to good ecommerce.

Most of us are creatures of habit. Aren’t we? Once we like something we will usually get back to it again. This is why good ecommerce store should be designed in a familiar for everyone interface style, creating pleasant shopping experience. There are many industry standards that are helping to create user friendly websites. You could follow the rules or ignore, either way it will have an impact on a website’s usability and overall your income. This subject is immense so in the text below I’ve covered only few examples, nevertheless I hope it will help you to get an idea.

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Our Cookie Policy mk.2

The time has come to change our website. Unfortunately, we have to say goodbye to Welsh version… and as such our cookie policy needs to change to reflect that. Instead of re-writting the whole lot, here’s the link to the original post: JOIN US! WE HAVE COOKIES

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Join us! We have cookies!

Cookies. Not the small, flat circles of unhealthy awesomeness, I’m talking about HTTP cookies (or internet, browser, or anything else you might want to call them). Cookies are small files which get saved to your computer or device when you visit a website. The main use of cookies is not to steal information about your mums birthday or your credit card details, but to ensure that your experience of a website is the best possible. For example, our own website nott-studios.co.uk uses cookies to remember your language settings. When a user visits our website for the first time, he’s prompted to choose a language. As soon as he chooses language, a cookie is set to remember that choice, so that when he goes back to our website in a few days time, he doesn’t have to choose a language again.

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Starting up is never easy…

It’s been our dream for a long time to start a company, and today we can finally announce that this dream has been achieved. We’re now an officially established company under the name ‘Nott Development Studios’. Our team currently consists of 3 members; myself (Joel Murphy), and my team members Jack Rimell & Robert Moritz. So what is the purpose of our business? We’re a Web Design & Development agency who specialises in creating beautifully crafted websites and Web applications.

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