A place where we discuss the communication industry and give our insights on advertising, website development, graphic design and strategic planning.
Sometime back in the mid to late 2000s when most web developers/designers began seeing the writing on the wall when it came to content management systems, most of us bit the bullet and also decided try one out. After all, our clients were pushing for it and it’s what all the cool kids were doing, so we begrudgingly fit it into our workflow.
Category: Web Development
As a client of a communication firm or marketing agency, why does it matter what content management system (CMS) is used to build your site? More importantly, should you even care? These are difficult questions, but that’s why we’re here to help you answer them.
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Over the years, I’ve reflected on what makes a great client just that, but for Texas Creative, a couple of things float to the top. Our best clients know they need professional guidance, appreciate hard work and look to us for counsel and advice. They truly understand that we need to make a fair profit for the work we do. They also have an honest approach to their business and treat their employees well. It’s one thing to land a client, but it’s another to keep and grow that client. A strong relationship only develops when there’s mutual trust.
Blogs, blogs, blog, bla, blah, blah … yeah, we know there are millions of them out there pushing content at you, but we’d like to do something different and have YOU tell us what you want to read about. And while we are by no means experts when it comes to rock climbing, twerking or baking, we do know a thing or two about website development, advertising, social media, graphic design, brand management and breakfast tacos!