Category Archives: Business
Producing websites is, in itself a business, but it often relates to the business of our clients. We’ll try to put all of those thoughts and processes in here.
April 23, 2010
Ideas come out of nowhere. We can’t hold onto them. We shouldn’t even try. Ideas are best blurted out and, subsequently, best thought over.
December 21, 2009
The ATO called me last week and asked for my middle name and date of birth to confirm my identity. I told the operator that I wasn’t in the habit of giving out my personal details to incoming callers.
November 27, 2009
At 94, my granddad decided to get a computer and onto the internet.
Dedicated to R Feltscheer, 1-1-1912 – 22-11-2009.
November 24, 2009
To call oneself a ‘Web Designer’ is about as accurate and explanatory as saying ‘I work with computers’.
November 20, 2009
This week, Boxcutters featured Craig McLachlan as their guest, in the process providing a great example of the advantages of podcasting.
November 17, 2009
Much like everything else that needs doing when starting up, it is the most important thing to do. Books about building a new business are full of suggestions about the most important thing to do. I suppose listing something and just saying it’s a helpful tool for getting the business on track is just not strong enough for the self-help book market.
November 10, 2009
We asked our accountant what accounting software package we should use. This is why we went with MYOB and how we’re dealing with the headaches.
November 3, 2009
Recently we had a potential client ask for a quote for a database application. The price we gave the client and the amount they were expecting to pay were vastly different. Their budget was almost one-twentieth the cost of the application.
So who got it wrong and how did it end up so completely out of proportion?
October 30, 2009
Deciding to start Soupgiant resulted from a simple conversation – actually two simple conversations.
October 27, 2009
Once we decided to go into business together, there was one definite first thing we needed to: Come up with a name.