Why Do Developers Live By Different Rules At Work?

Work – check RSS feeds – work – check Twitter, reply to a few Tweets, read a few blog posts – work, keep Twitter open, reply to a few more Tweets, read a few more posts – work. This is fast becoming the ‘norm’ and an accepted culture wherever you find web developers, but should it be acceptable and is it valuable or just a crappy work ethic?

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SXSW 2012 Panel: Digital Project Managers Unite and Vote

Digital Project Management Lessons from Darth Vader is the title of a digital project management-based panel I’ve submitted for next year’s SXSW and it needs your votes! Please support your fellow Digital Project Managers; Brett Harned (Happy Cog), Ani Moller and Cola Richmond by voting for us today.

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Smaller Agency To Bigger Agency: My Experience

As I’m in the process of changing jobs right now I wrote a little honest piece on how I found the transition from small to larger digital agency, what I learnt and why I’m moving on. Zero digital project management value here, but a subject I know many wonder about – what’s it like at a bigger place?

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Digital Projects: Never Rush Into Design

What’s one of the first things many do after winning a new digital project… design the homepage? In my opinion this is one of the biggest mistakes you can make when starting to manage a digital project! Find out why I refuse to produce designs for ages when in digital project management mode.

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Digital Project Weekly Status Reports

A golden tip for all Digital Project Managers out there is to always send your clients a weekly digital project status report. Not only is the sign of a great professional service, but it will prove invaluable when it comes to maintaining project momentum and seeking additional schedule time or budget.

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