We’re extremely pleased to announce the relaunch of Geoff Watts’ new website. Bags of new features, tools, resources, and course booking functions; It’s a real monster behind the scenes.
Making a website for one of the most experienced and respected agile and leadership coaches in the world, is a daunting task, let me tell you. Someone who knows so much about working methodology, team dynamics and project workflow, peering into your own workflow can be intimidating! Having said all that, working with Geoff has been a great experience. With regular input along the way, and a very open-mind, we were always going to end up working well together.
“Making a website for one of the most experienced and respected agile and leadership coaches in the world, is a daunting task, let me tell you.”
We decided to build the website on WordPress, a content management system that we use the most, and feel is very easy to use for our clients.
Geoff needed a way to control all of his resources easily, so we built out a WordPress dashboard with clear sections so that he and his team could easily add, edit and update content whenever they like.
There’s loads of different resource types too, so making sure we could support them all was a must.
We also had the joy of designing some unique icons for Inspect & Adapt, creating graphics that symbolise a service/product brings it’s own challenges, but with the help of Geoff and his team we developed a series of icons that can be used throughout the website.
Here’s Geoff asking his own Twitter followers for input on the new website, and offering them a free book (which has now finished btw!). This is just one example of Geoff’s approach to projects, and user feedback – Something we’re fully in support of.
— Geoff Watts (@geoffcwatts) July 3, 2017
We’ve worked on many projects with Geoff now, and we hope that continues for a long time.
p.s If you’re a business owner, make sure to follow Geoff on Twitter for some great insights!
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