Head of Digital
Joe first got into design at school by creating MySpace profiles for his friends, and his passion grew from there. He then built his first full website, for his school, for their '5 A-Day' scheme.
He's been designing and building websites ever since for work and in his spare time.
As Head of Digital at Impact, Joe is involved in projects from the planning stage, then taking them into UX and wireframing, and finally into design. From time to time he also gets involved with development.
He likes to attend as many WordPress conferences as possible, to continuously build on his expertise.
In his spare time Joe spends an obscene amount of time playing computer games online, both casually and competitively.
He's always designing and building websites at any opportunity, so has numerous side projects, and has built a number of Laravel packages, accumulating almost 50,000 downloads
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Wireframes: The Secret Sauce For Improving UX In Web Design
They may sound obscure. But wireframes are actually a core part of the web design project, helping you prioritise UX and reducing subjectivity in the success of your web development project.
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After you put all of this time and effort in, it’s frustrating when you realise a large portion of your visitors are leaving the site without converting into customers. Why are they doing this? And more importantly, what can you do to fix it?
What Does Responsive Web Design Mean?
Having a responsive website will enable you to give your visitors the best experience possible, from any device they choose to access it from. Its core purpose is to optimise the viewing and interaction experience of your site.