You’re not going mad – there was a ‘free sample’ offer on SmyWord. But I canned it. Here’s why. I wanted people to be able to try before they buy – to sample the difference strategic thinking about content can make up front. Give me something to work on for an hour, and I’ll do [...]
You can go and enjoy the culture of a larger organisation or you can get stuck in to creating the culture in a small one.
There are currently six of us at Endis Solutions. We build web sites for SMEs. We’re looking for a developer who has some flair and vision to come and make the company awesome.
Our culture so far involves finding genuinely good clients and building them genuinely useful web sites. We provide so much more than a site template, because we want our clients to succeed. We custom-build. We give business advice. We learn. We create stunning content and design. This means close collaboration between design, development and content, which you can do in a small company.
I am excited to announce that the team I work for in Cambridge, Endis Solutions, is hiring either a Web Developer or a .NET/SQL Developer. You can download the job descriptions and application details here: Web Developer .NET/SQL Developer Apart from the obvious advantages of sharing an office with me, and the sheer amount of [...]
Welcome to SmyWord. Here we go.
First off I’ll put up some portfolio pieces and then I’m keen to get the conversation going. Balanced with the actual content work I do I’ll be able to post 1-2 times per week, on content strategy, writing for the web, grammar and style, communication, and a bit of psychology (because we’re humans writing for humans after all).
I’m keen to bring some energy to the dialogue about writing for the web. It seems that at last people are starting to take content seriously. They are realising that they can’t just throw in some words at the end of a project, or expect the developers or designers to do it for them.