These days there are a multitude of different ways for someone to access your website.
Are they using a desktop? If so, what screen resolution do they have? Is it Windows, Mac or something else? What browser are they using?
Whether or not you’re already familiar with the concept of a backlink, they’re one of the most important contributors to your website ranking so it’s always worth keeping them in mind.
We’re going to go over what they are, what they’re used for and most importantly, how to get more of them.
If you're reading this it's likely that you're still pretty new to web development and design. If so, then perfect! You’re in the right place, and I hope you pick up some useful tips here.
If you've been at this for a while, stick around anyway. It never hurts to have a reminder - you might even learn something new.
Why? Who? How? These are all good questions and questions we’re going to be answering right here. So let’s get into it, starting with:
How on earth do I go about writing a blog?
A few days ago, Ryan asked us to start writing blogs, so we could share our areas of expertise and the community could get to know the people behind the work.
So, I sat down at my computer, put some music on, opened up a fresh Google Doc… and realised I have no idea how to write a blog. I’m not even sure where to start. I’m not a blogger, I’m a designer for Pete's sake!
After agonising over it for a few days I realised I had the perfect topic for my first blog; A Beginners Guide To Writing Blogs. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re in the same boat as me right now.
It’s my hope that by the end of this blog, we’ll both walk away with a better understanding of how to do this.
For the sake of both my own sanity and yours, I’m going to try and keep this as simple as possible.
Hi! I’m Adam, the latest team member at Refuel!
I've recently joined the Refuel team as Junior Designer after completing a Bachelor of Information Technology (Digital Media) at Flinders University. I knew that this journey would be challenging and fast-paced but I had no idea what lay ahead of me!