The exciting news this month is that we’ve been making preparations for our return to the Fanatic office in September. A new carpet has been laid, the desks have been moved around for better social distancing and we’ve created a schedule that means we’ll be splitting our weeks with some days in the office and some days working from home.
Although it will be strange coming back after nearly 6 months, we’re really excited to see everyone’s faces again and start getting back to (sort of) normal. And we’re looking forward to actually meeting our .Net Developer Phil in person, as he joined the Fanatic team right in the middle of lockdown!
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Creative meets industrial
Recently we’ve been doing some illustration work for the European Round Table for Industry. ERT is a group of 50 industrial leaders who aim to promote prosperity and competitiveness within Europe.
Reinforcing what’s important
The purpose of the illustrations we created was to help convey ERT’s key messages within their internal presentations. The style uses a blend of vector illustration and some additional texturing to give it a bit of character.
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team have been up to
Helping a creative client
The new site for Munich-based business Konzepthaus Consulting was launched last month. With a sleek new design, the site now highlights and focuses on their specialties: Design Recruitment, Digital Recruitment, and Innovation Consultancy.
Creating a seamless user journey
The site features new search functionality, allowing users to search and browse the design and digital roles that Konzepthaus have to offer. Users can now submit their CV and information directly to the company’s recruitment management platform, creating a more streamlined application process.
Putting great content centre stage
The site also acts as a platform to showcase Konzepthaus’ blog posts and podcasts. With lots of quality content to share, it was important users could explore, read, and listen with ease.
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Advanced Technical SEO Summit 2020
How to do a really good tech audit - Dominic Woodman, Senior Consultant at Brainlabs
Audits are one of the key services we offer to our Fanatic clients, so we were keen to hear Dominic’s tips on how to make them as engaging and effective as possible. The purpose of a tech audit is to identify and solve technical problems within a website in order to boost traffic and engagement, so it’s a key step in helping a business to be more successful.
Our two favourite tips from Dominic
1) Show the root cause, not just the symptoms. This gives clients a much better understanding of the problem and allows them to take part in the discussion around how to fix it.
2) Prioritise the most important tasks. We never want to overwhelm our clients with a list of suggestions, so we try to highlight one or two improvements that can be started immediately.
Look out for more of James’ thoughts on the Technical SEO Summit in future Fanatic blogs!