I’m a huge fan of Seth Godin and have been for a long time. I read a concept of his recently that really resonated with me around the secret of getting ahead of competitors in order to be successful and I wanted to share. Buzzer Management Seth realised that life is a little like the game “Jeopardy” in that […]
Pixel Palace was proud to be the digital partner for this years Curvy Creative Women’s Conference in Sydney. Our director Jen took part in the Day 2 Panel on The Future of Creative Content. Here’s her wrap up.
I’ll cut right to it. Spending 5 figures on a website is CHEAP. Yep – you read that right. Some of you are probably picking yourselves up off the floor. If that’s you – read on to find out why. Yes, at first, a 5 figure quote might seem like a lot of money for a website, but here’s the thing.. […]
Whilst most of us are aware of the Nigerian scams offering a large percentage of money if you help them handle their funds, those of you running an online business are prone to a much more sophisticated (and seemingly legitimate) breed of scammers. In this blog I’ll describe a few scams that I’ve encountered and explain […]
Pinterest has always been a great platform for online businesses that take the time to photograph their products beautifully. Getting exposure from people sharing your products has been invaluable to many shops but now with Pinterest’s latest features the value becomes even greater. Pinterest introduces image search. This new feature now lets users “crop” a portion of a […]
There was a time when the big design agencies, like dinosaurs, ruled. Big, impressive and yep – expensive. In recent years there has been a shift. Businesses are realising that there is an alternative that is not only more cost effective but can return much better and quicker results. So like the dinosaurs, big expensive agencies […]
The Gaudi park (pictured above) is one of the most amazing public parks in the world, but it wouldn’t have been so amazing if Gaudi hadn’t become deeply invested in it’s design. Park Güell was originally intended to be private commercial luxury homes set up on the hill to exploit the fresh air away from all […]