Mar 14, 2019 | By Gráinne Forde
Before you read this, take a quick glance at your browser bar. How many tabs do you see? Less than 5? You’ve definitely achieved Marie Kondo levels of organization. We’re jealous. But if you’re like the majority of us, during your working day you probably have 20+ tabs open at any given time. While it might feel like having multiple browser tabs open helps you to get more done, in fact, the opposite is true.
Feb 28, 2019 | By Leanne King
Hi! I’m Leanne. I’m the Corporate Marketing Manager here at Teamwork, and I’ve been with the company for almost 5 years now. I’ve been heading up our rebrand project since back when it was just a hopeful glint in my eye (i.e. March 2018), and today I wanted to take over the blog to share some insights about the whys, whats, and (w)hows of our new look.
Feb 12, 2019 | By Anna Murphy
When you work at an agency, you’re not just responsible for your business. You’re responsible for your client’s business, too. That also means that you’re not just working with your team — you’re working with theirs. That can be enriching, enlightening, and enjoyable. But it can also be (en)difficult. A great client relationship is symbiotic. You collaborate, you communicate, and, in a perfect world, you each get something positive out of the interaction.
Feb 7, 2019 | By Peter Coppinger
You may not know this, but before founding Teamwork, my co-founder Dan and I ran a small web design agency called Digital Crew. When one of the founding members of our web design agency made the decision to leave the company, Dan and I found ourselves in a position where we had to take a brutally honest look at the business. Unfortunately, what we found left us feeling dejected. Refusing to throw in the towel, we decided to give it one more year or get “real” jobs.
Jan 29, 2019 | By Gráinne Forde
When it comes to establishing processes within your digital agency, it can be difficult to keep everyone happy. Team leads and project managers want structure. They know that without concrete processes, projects will be completed in a rush of confusion and adrenaline, and clients will end up disappointed. But what works for one person may not work for another. You might find that your creatives resist systems, processes, or workflows, because they don’t want them to curb their creativity.
Mar 7, 2019 | By Teamwork
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