If you’ve ever spent time browsing agency websites, one cliché you’ll stumble upon is the service offering of Strategy. At first glance, you might not even think twice about it. Everyone wants their work to be strategic, right?
Since opening our doors just over five years ago, Authentic F&F has been a small web design and technology studio working across all industries on a variety of digital project types.
A few years ago we had the opportunity to begin work with a company called Greenhouse GO. The product, Carbon Planner, would change the way urban planners prepared new build projects. This summer, Stanford University acquired Carbon Planner.
One of the most important aspects of any digital project is often the most overlooked: creating a trusted and transparent partnership. Too many digital agencies and clients speed through the initial relationship building aspect of a project in a rush to get into the exciting design and development work.
At Authentic, we love Craft CMS for several reasons. Two of them being: the flexibility Craft provides when writing our front-end code, and Craft’s tailored approach to organizing content in the CMS. Here we’ll overview the best practices in optimizing content in Craft for a successful SEO strategy.
We’ve built a lot of websites over the years, and in that time we’ve had the chance to work with many different technologies. From ExpressionEngine to Wordpress, we’ve worked with it all, and through everything we have settled on Craft as our go to Content Management System (CMS).
Part 2 of this series will address the theme of not needing to spend money on custom design and development work.
Part 1 of this series will address the common theme of having an idea that’s not ready to be built.