Lee Batchelor


Tuesday 24 October 2017

With some exciting new features coming to Drupal 8 early in 2018, now is the time to start planning your upgrade.

Tuesday 17 October 2017

Even with an in house developer, there will be times when you just can’t do it all and will need to rely on external support to get some things done.

Tuesday 10 October 2017

Working as an in house web developer can offer a different perspective from being in an agency, and I think an in house digital team can be a great environment to work in.

Tuesday 3 October 2017

With a huge range of possible external resources available why would an organisation want to invest in adding an in-house developer to their team?

Thursday 29 June 2017

In the same way that over the years web development has moved towards a mobile-first way of working, the time is long overdue for branding agencies to start thinking digital-first.

Saturday 18 March 2017

People would rather deal with a person than an anonymous company. Make sure your personality comes across on your small business website.

Sunday 15 January 2017

I believe that good design can make the difference between your message being understood and getting completely lost.

It seems like many organisations are also seeing the value of investing in professional design.

Thursday 5 January 2017

Recently, I've come across some small businesses that have abandoned their websites and turned to Facebook to offer up to date information. While Facebook has its uses, I don't believe that this is often the best choice to make.

Thursday 27 October 2016

Recently I attended the Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards Roadshow in London. The event showcases some examples of the best sites designed to help teams communicate and get their jobs done.

The examples highlighted a couple of trends which chimed with my own experience of working in this field. It's in these areas that I think you can make the difference between a good intranet and a great one.

Monday 30 May 2016

I can't help feeling that the end users of some of the systems used by large organisations are getting a raw deal. If these issues existed in consumer facing systems they'd never get away with it. Why isn't that the case for corporate customers?