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Digital Projects Blog

Digital Projects BlogDigital projects are everywhere. It's hard to think of a business these days that doesn't need to have some kind of online presence and therefore needs to run some kind of digital project.  

Let's face it, some projects are more successful than others. In these articles, experts explain what can really make a difference between success and a demoralizing failure. With so much power now available online for businesses, for not too much money; success is not about the size of your budget, it's how best to use it.  

Latest Blog Articles

Everything from the mundane to the highly creative; find out how crowdsourcing is an innovative way to resource many different types of work on a web project.


To run or not to run a web project, that is the question. In this post we explore what a web project is; when it makes sense to run a project and when it’s not.


Hiring the right digital agency to help you with your website is a tricky decision. Here are a few tough questions to ask your candidate agencies to help you make the right choice.


There are near endless possibilities when is comes to creating a website. Here’s simple perspective on whether it’s best to build, buy or rent.


Creativity doesn’t like being put into a box. But if you’re working to a deadline that’s exactly what you have to do. Here’s one solution to being creative to a deadline.


Every project needs a plan but what is the best way to construct a plan in the beginning. This article discusses how to start the planning process but importantly, also where to stop.


As unlikely as it may sound, a Dutch football team might just have a strategy that can help your project team perform better?


When the pressure is on during a web project, quality is often the first casualty. Find out why this is a false economy and some project management tips on how to avoid it.


Some say, we should gather all the requirements while others say, don’t gather requirements at all. Read here, the extremists’ points of view.


I’ve heard so many auguement why requirements need not be captured before starting a web project. Here’s just a few and why I think they’re flawed.