Crikey … you are not so busy that you have time to keep your website up to date?
No, not really … this is very much ex post facto
I know that most people cannot keep their website up to the minute unless their business model depends entirely on it. If that is what you want to do – rely on your website for business, I can probably help you monetise it, make sure it is designed strictly around your proposition (without distractions) and looks the part. I can also help with marshalling your existing design assets or creating new ones, perhaps (if your budget extends to it) the creation of new assets and use video creatively to engage your audience.
Some recent projects are not at all recent
but its only recently I got around to publishing them
Story maps are a useful addition to the mapping toolkit. The ESRI product allows anyone with a modicum of patience to create dynamic or static map based presentations, with considerable ease. With tools…
For the last couple of years I have been supporting Crispin Hayes Associates / Cycle Path Services on a locally-based walking and wheeling project initiated by near neighbours Spott Community Association. Places for…
It depends. The following map shows some illustrative isochrones (a travel time concept similar to isodistance) evaluated using Travel Time’s (TT) app for QGIS. The layers were simplified for web display when imported into ArcGis.
Where companies are exploiting the failures of the market in which they operate, where consumer choice is inhibited by deliberately complex pricing structures, we must set the market right. So said Theresa May at the Tory party conference in 2016.
In 2016 I picked up a short consultancy contract with Cambium for Citizens Advice Scotland to report on business models that companies use in regulated markets that alleviate or exacerbate the so-called Poverty Premium.