Monday, 10 September 2007

Interface Perfomance Vs Pleasure

Operating Systems (Windows XP, Vista, OSX) have been constantly been improved over the years to please visually. Whether it's funky transparency, anti-aliasing, lively navigation or animated effects, this all uses the computers resources to make your experience of the interaction more enjoyable.

How much does the designer consider the interface to be enjoyable, more efficient for work, performance friendly and simple? Does a navigation that expands smoothly over your mouse help your computer experience or is it a detriment to your efficiency and the computer's performance. Like everything, an important balance is required.

Being a business that rests a heavy focus on great Web Design, we need to consider the separation between an operating system and the web, two very different platforms, with two different purposes and interaction expectations.

We have been closely watching some design trends by extremely talented individuals producing navigation, page interaction, and rich graphical interfaces that match the style of screen found in new operating systems. Flash integration was the only way of achieving such navigation in the past, but now-a-days it is critical that websites are search engine compatible and that you can be indexed by search engine spiders.

Cast your eyes on this: http://www.ajaxdaddy.com/demo-css-dock-menu.html does it not look like OSX's navigation?

In our eyes (Digerati), this is the now future of Internet interaction, except we can't leave behind the fundamentals:
  • The user must have an expectation of how to use the website.
  • It must be conventionally structured (layout).
  • The resolution (screen size) needs to fit 99% of your audience.
  • The performance required needs to be low as possible.
  • It must be usable by most browsers.

Talk to Digerati Solutions Sydney, Web Design, Website Production, Sydney Australia today about effectively livening your only presence.





Thursday, 9 August 2007

An exciting time for good designers

The boom of Web2.0 web design has left the internet a much better place to look at, BUT, do you get the impression that websites are starting to all look the same? The green gradient is becoming so over-used that I'm starting to wonder if my monitor is starting to show signs of age and just tint everything to a pale hue of grass.

The overwhelming response to the 2.0 look should have web design forecasters rubbing their hands because any mass take-up of any design based schema will actually be its own downfall. Looking back though history, design fads quickly became dated (frangipanni flowers in from the early 2000's, airbrushed artwork from the 80's, thick brown & cream stripes fromthe 70's, etc..). The reason for this is that people don't want to be the same as everyone else. They want to stand out and be noticed among their competitors. If they all look the same, then there is no difference. As soon as a fad is set, the wheels are set in motion to begin breaking the mould, and its the few companies that probably started the trend in the first place that are also the first to leave.

The good news is that designers with vision are in an ideal position to produce work that is modern and visually appealing but at the same time, quite different from the Smiths down the road (who still hopefully look the same as everyone else).

By looking through a designers portfolio you should be able to see diversity and evolution. Any web design company who recycles the same 'look' for multiple sites probably doesnt have the vision to 'see' something beyond the fad.

At Digerati, we pride ourselves on our evolving designs and fresh looks for each of our clients. Each new project, we start with a clean sheet, so that each site is a new work of art that we can proudly display in our portfolio.

Please contact us if you'd like to chat about how we can help you take your website to the next step.



Monday, 2 July 2007

When too much experience is limiting

It is frustrating working with someone that knows it all isn’t it? I especially feel this when their opinion, that has been so affirmed, is out-dated or redundant.

It is easy to do. You have found your niche, the system that makes money and it works but how old is it? Has it been out-dated? Does it still have that efficient edge? Is your style still fresh?

The internet evolves at a rate that it is hard to retain a website that is cutting edge for more than a year. Working in a medium that demands openness and awareness is not found in many other industries. Does your web service company produce fresh products? Does your website still look as attractive as the new sites that are being released?

At Digerati, the team combined has around 20 years experience in designing and producing websites. We know what has come and gone, but we especially know what works and the fundamentals that are timeless. We design in the WEB 2.0 style and functionality, this is constantly changing and growing into a theme suited to how the user best knows how to use the internet.

Talk to us today about what we think of your website. We can tell you how we can improve design, layout, language, sale tunnels and rich functionality assisting the users experience.



Tuesday, 22 May 2007

Usability & Aesthetics

Since the introduction of Web2.0, cutting edge website aesthetics seems to have taken a turn for the better. The minimalist look has come into fashion somewhat, and animated clipart seem to be appearing less. Unfortunately however with the increasing prevalence of broadband, the cross-link between aesthetics and usability seems to be weakening just as rapidly. Designs are becoming a lot more visually oriented, but people are taking less care in areas such as efficiency, speed and most importantly simplicity for website visitors.

According to Nielsen online research (March 2007), users spend on average 45 seconds at each website they visit. If this is the basis of comparison, then your visitors need to find what they're looking for on your site within at least 30 seconds (giving them time to actually read the information). If your website takes 20 seconds to finish loading, you're going to hope your visitors can find the page they're looking for within your site within 10 seconds. Once you start to apply these times to actual use, you can start to see how much difference it makes to have an efficiently built website. The difference between a page that loads in 5 seconds and one that takes 20 can be the difference between a visitor leaving to look elsewhere or providing what they need.

Far too many modern web designers have come out of college with graphic or multimedia design degrees and a load of experience producing eye-candy. Unfortunately these designers are also damaging the functionality of the world wide web. A website needs to be designed differently to a brochure or catalogue, the graphic heavy, high resolution, wow-factor designs are usually the same designs that make visitors sit and watch numbers tick away before they're allowed to start sifting through content. A website needs to be seen as a lot more than just a pretty picture. Efficient design takes into consideration the user appreciation for the branding of the company (ie that the site looks nice and visually pleasing), while not detracting from the performance of delivering content to the screen.

Visitors will visit a website because they want something, and the majority if the time this will have been determined before they even start typing your URL or the keywords into their favourite search engine. It may be as simple as finding a phone number, it might be to place an order, or it might be to research your company's work to learn something more of what you do. Whatever the reason, you want to make it clear how to find the information they're looking for. Pre-emptive design is a focus of the work Digerati Solutions offer. This style of design looks at the 80 percent brackets. Target the style, layout and function of your site so that 80% of your visitors will be able to find what they're looking for with 1 click (or at least know they're on the right track with 1 click). This involves adding aids such as quick link boxes which will allow visitors to jump directly to an area of interest.

The website visitor always needs to be the focus of any website. Your target demographic may determine the style of the design, but essentially, the functionality and 'flow' of the site (how the menus work) need to be intuitive and not stray too far from familiarity. People enjoy what is natural and obvious, so it makes sense to design and develop with that in mind.



Tuesday, 15 May 2007

Stretching Web Concepts

As an graphic interface: HTML, Javascript, CSS and concepts such as AJAX, SEP and Table-less Design are a fairly limited in terms of there use. However, companies such as Google.com, Microsoft.com and most ISP Homepage sites rely heavily on all these technologies to achieve interactivity and customizability. Would this be considered true WEB 2.0, community based customizability on the Internet.

What happens to users with old browsers which do not support Javascript but Gecko? Users don't have width optimised to their 1024 resolution? CSS isn't enabled or Javascript isn't enabled? A user has a slow Internet connection? Or their colour depth doesn't reach their graphic needs.

I am sure these companies have considered these ramifications however, there is a point you leave a customer out and there experience of the service you provide online is not meet. We at Digerati understant there is a time for these features however I do not believe it is time for such improvements and demands on machines.

WEB 2.0 can be achieved well before these demands are placed on a users system.

If you feel your web development service provider has limited your site to resource high users, please chat to us and we can perform some analysis on your website.



Monday, 30 April 2007

Crowd-Sourcing - What the crack?

Recent trends on the Internet have been to use the crowds. mySpace use crowds, YouTube use crowds, every WEB 2.0 application relies on users, community and customisable features.

The newest concept using WEB 2.0 is the Federal Police in the UK. The government have published cold cases in the hope that the public can help them crack the cases. Video have been uploaded to YouTube, information on what, where, how and who is all public. By using the Internet as a means to build a collaborative environment, now-a-days is the only way is Crowd-Sourcing. Can you imagine how popular mySpace would be if no one uses it? It's the cornerstone of it's purpose.

So how does this relate to you?
  • Need a collaborative environment?
  • Need to bring people together?
  • Got a cause and need to constructively build movement?

Talk to us today about the range of applications we can use to capture the Crowd-Sourcing concept into your required solution.





Thursday, 26 April 2007

The Google Story

I recently read the Google Story and if you haven't heard it before, it is seriously amazing. Two guys, the founders of Google, while at Uni doing their PHD learned that there was no relevance in current search engine results, there was no formula of rank to determine which page is more important than others. Over that year the two guys set out to download the Internet, index the results and return highly fast & relevant results. The conclusion of that year saw google.harvard.edu available on the Universities' intranet.

Googles' name comes from a spelling mistake of Googol. (Great name though!)

Over the next two years Larry and Sergey set out to make Google public on the global scale and meet the demand of searches the had gathered. They used old computers in a complex array of load balancing to achieve this. But in the end they had no money to continue. Of course they didn't, they didn't have any income opportunity providing free searches.

A few angel sponsors and seed funding went by but it wasn't until they meet up with the founder of Cisco Systems and other large corporations in Silicon Valley did they invent another ground breaking way of how information is sort and marketing is performed.

Sit back at this very moment and consider, what if there wasn't Google, what if they wasn't relevant ad marketing on Google. This product has changed the way we use the Internet.

There's a few motives for me writing this article, mainly to just tell you a good story but here are a few take home points.

  • Meeting the niche in their market. This is the best way to be successful. Find something, be DAMN good at it. This is Googles approach.
  • Google started with nothing and achieved lots. Do you have a great idea? Lets help you make it a reality.
  • We know how Google ranks, we know it as good as the best. Come talk to us about eMarketing your website.
  • Digerati Solutions are on the fringe of producing a very big product. Want to support us? Please contact Digerati.




Friday, 13 April 2007

What the deal with SEP?

Most people are now familar with the term SEO or Search Engine Optimisation, but theres a new wave of cutting-edge developers that are now offering SEP or Search Engine Preparation.

SEP is a style of web development which supports SEO in the fact that it is essentially a subsection of SEO, but it also makes the job of optimising your website a lot easier.

In short, SEO is the whole package, a seemingly unlimited number of steps to take to ensure that your website can be indexed and listed by search engines. SEP is a subset of SEO in the fact that it's still focusing on the same end result, but while customer-side SEO usually focuses heavily on content and the text in your pages, SEP is the code and the development behind the website, that you dont usually see.

As an example...
If you've done research on SEO you'll be aware of how header tags work, and how important they are in terms of making specific text 'relevant'. SEP takes this a step further, and can make images have the same impact, but with more keywords.

With advances in CSS and the evolving WC3 and browser standards, its important to ensure that your website is developed with all of the new technological tools, but at the same time you cant afford to compromise compatability, speed and efficiency. The team at Digerati Solutions pride ourselves on our advanced SEP development and customer-centric functionality.

The content you add to your website is always going to be crutial, but when combined with SEP, you've got the whole page working for the same cause, and not just 1 small text area.

So next time you talk to your developer - ask them if they understand the fundamentals of SEP web development.



Thursday, 5 April 2007

Online Design Funamentals

The question that has annoyed me for many years as a web designer is 'Why don't people think like a customer when they build websites'?

Design fundamentals have been around forever. Nature works on the principals of instinct and 'the desired outcome for the least work'. We need to start to think this way when we design online services. We need to think like a consumer when we sell, not the other way around.

Online shoppers are much more fickle when it comes to purchasing than their in-store counterparts. Generally we walk to the back of the supermarket to buy our bread and milk, simply because the store owners know we will walk past hundreds of other products on the way there. Online shops do not, and can not expect to operate the same way.

I've put together a list of 8 fundamental design rules that all websites (shops or otherwise) should adhere to.

1) Make it FAST. This covers not only the time it takes for the pages and images of the website to load, but the whole process of using the site should be extremely fast - especially for the shopper who knows what they want. The majority of online shoppers will continue to shop at the same place as long as they feel that they are getting what they need, and can get it without a fuss.

2) Keep it simple. Don't try to be all things to all people. Pick your market, and do it well. This doesn't necessarily mean that you only sell 1 product, but it means that if you're starting to compromise usability and speed for diversity - you will usually lose.

3) Navigation should be simple and clear. Theres nothing worse than a website that is hard to find what you're looking for, especially if you know it's there. Fancy fonts and buttons have their place, but it's NOT in the navigational part of the site.

4) Don't give people too many options. Find the 3 or 4 main things that people want to do on your site, and build your site around those things. Move everything else out of the way. Just think - if a visitor came to my site and i only wanted him to look at 2 things, what would they be? Generally the answer to that question should be the overall target of our website.

5) Invest in the design. Knowing 'how to use Photoshop®' is not enough to give someone the ability to design a website. Generally, I find graphic designers are some of the worst web designers because they think in terms of design and aesthetics, not functionality. A good web designer understands how customers think and how elements need to join together. A good design will win you a large chunk of the market initially, so spend that bit extra to give your site the edge over your competition.

6) Don't take a 'set and let' approach. Having a lot of content on your site can be great, but if you never update it, never change it, never show any sign of moving forward, then your customers will notice. Don't add a 'newest products' section if you're only going to add a new product every 6 months, and don't add a 'latest news' section if you don't intend to keep on top of keeping it current. Some people spend thousands of hours and dollars developing their site, then leave it to do its own thing. All of the effort dies once it starts breathing. I'd go as far as saying that businesses should be redesigning their whole site look every 2-3 years.

7) Don't expect to get rich overnight. Online users are cautious about new services that cost money. Trial periods are a great way for people to try-before-you-buy. Especially with websites that require a huge userbase. Theres no point charging $100 to be a member of a networking site with 3 other members - theres no pull, and no initial incentive. Get the in the door & show them how good it is first.

8) Make sure its a good idea. Too many online ideas are only half-baked. Generally as a designer and online advisor, I will try to persuade some people to develop an idea further before talking to me. I have told at least 4 clients that they should not go ahead with their project. 2 have listened to me and 2 have not. Of the 2 that did not, they have both lost substantial money in development costs and ongoing fees that have not been recovered.

These pointers can be - and generally should be overwhelming to the average business owner. This is why a team such as Digerati Solutions, a team that doesn't just 'do websites', will be your best friend. The team of professionals at Digerati can help to guide you through the complex world of online business, as well as show you some groundbreaking ways of doing your business more efficiently and to a wider market.

Don't waste your investment. Use the internet to make your business better, faster and more efficient. Every day you delay - your competitors could be stealing your clients one at a time.



Friday, 30 March 2007

Online Payments - Are they safe?

Of course its safe! Do you think major international banks would be willing to allow websites to interface with their customers money if it wasn't? Highly doubt it. I believe the question, "Are they safe", reflects more on Store than the payments itself.

New research has uncovered that 70% of Adults are willing to make purchases over the Internet and will spend over $228 billion. For retail businesses this is great news! So what factors change a users perception of what is 'safe'?

I believe it is an increase of awareness and public/media approval of large online stores such as Amazon, eBay and Dell has helped this margin. Users don't necessarily look for an SSL Certificates, Policies and Terms; don't get me wrong these are important but I feel to get more of the public interested in Online Payments we need to look at it from a different perspective.

I believe retail stores need to focus on these fundamentals first:

  • The Products Marketing - Do you sell it to them?
    Can you imagine a Online Shopper finding a product they need so bad they have an anxiety attack not being about to find their credit card? Security, policies, terms ain't being considered.
  • Shopping Cart - Ease of use
    Does your Shopping Cart have clear instructions? Are the buttons clearly labelled or positioned? Does it collect too much information about a customer? Do you use the bouncing ball approach to progress?
    What are the potentials that stop someone continuing, you need to remove all of these to ensure your product is actually sold.
  • Word of Mouth - Buyers selling
    "I went to x inc. Online Store yesterday, it was so easy! I found what I needed, put my details in, paid and it arrived next day. I also got all these e-mails about its progress. You gotta check it out!" This is your best form of marketing. Friends to friends. Your customers selling for you. Do a good service and you will reap the benefits.
  • Deliver what they expect
    A user will only have a expected experience if they are satisfied. How are they satisfied? You meet their expectation. Do this by using normal web techniques of shopping carts, processes, e-mails and service.
    You will only be successful if you deliver.

We at Digerati Solutions have developed a product that meet all commerce needs and more. myCommerce is a product that we deploy into websites that require any transaction or ordering process for their customers.

Chat to us today about building your online store to what it should be because we build online potensial.





Wednesday, 14 March 2007

The product set launch

Digerati Solutions are about to release all our products into one myCMS.com.au package. This Content Management Tool, is a lot more comprehensive, a whole lot easier to use and its the one stop complete website tool for Marketing, Tracking Customers, Selling Online and Updating your website.

This myCMS package includes:
  • The base myCMS - Website building tool.
  • myCommerce - Sell Online
  • myCustomers - Customer Relations Management
  • myCampaign - Market to your clients online via email, measurably!

This launch is occurring in the next month or two. Please contact us for more information. In the meantime if you need the straight myCMS product with Web Design, Application Development or Hosting, also contact us.





Thursday, 8 March 2007

CSS based SEO Improvements - does it work?

Of course it does, have you ever thought of the fact that your logo is an image? And google doesn't read the text of an image to determine your company name. I understand there is also the title, the domain, the text which has your business name but what about the all important h1 to h6 tags.

At Digerati Solutions we deliver HTML Cutup Solutions that don't just have images as buttons but actually as text. And when the page is loaded, CSS imports the image.

We haven't seen any CSS problems with browsers, only that a:hover tags may get mixed up and the button/image flickers on global hover attributes.

Chat to us about how we can SEO optimise your website to be true HTML in the eyes of google.



Monday, 5 March 2007

eMail Campaigns aka. "Spam/Junk Mail"

I've been hyping up our new product, myCampaign to all our customers on our existing myCMS product. And every single person commented on the use of a marketing terms for what they know as spam. I find it interesting... with all the laws, all the filters and all the misconceptions people aren't willing to sell their products to their clients via email (anybody out there, come chat to me, we have a great product!)

I want to take this short opportunity to explain the pro's/con's of email marketing and hopefully get you to reconsider your conceptions of this means. Let's begin with the pro's:

  • It's direct - target a very specific market and your guaranteed to hit it.
  • It's measurable - you can track openings, bounces (hard/soft), link clicks and unopened.
  • It's attractive - HTML & CSS are great tools to build an ascetical appearance.
  • You can unsubscribe to the spam, whenever!

Now for the con's:

  • Misconceptions of spam (email campaigns complying with law requires two step sign up).
  • It's annoying.

Let me know if you think of more con's, I'm stuck for now.

Hopefully this pro/con explanation of email Campaigns might help change your thoughts. If you would like to chat to someone about this great medium to market with, contact us at Digerati Solutions.





Sunday, 25 February 2007

AJAX - huh?

It's not the cleaner, so what is it? AJAX stands for: Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.

It isn't some new technology but it is a new way to use existing methods to build rich, user-friendly, desktop style of interacting with a web page.

A good example of an AJAX application is Digerati's Shopping Cart build into myCommerce for Goodbuddy Sports website. Notice the page doesn't 'reload' with information but appears to be working in the background? This is pro, it becomes RICH.

Javascript triggers an XML request to the server in the background and makes XHTML/CSS changes in real-time. You don't have to install it, you don't have to enable it and it doesn't have browser compatibility issues.

Technologies it uses are:
  • JavaScript
  • XML
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Dynamic Server Side Technology (ASP.net, ASP, PHP, JSP etc.)
If you want to start your website on this new style of WEB 2.0 applications. Chat to Digerati today and we can begin discussions.



Saturday, 24 February 2007

SEO - Search Engine Optimisation, Whats the fuss?

It is a huge fuss, and here's why:
  • People Search Yahoo 200 Million times/day
  • People Search Google 350 Million times/day
  • People Search LookSmart 75 Million times/day

Insane numbers! This just proves that your ranking in the major search engines is critical to build your online potential!

Most recently, the highest keyword searched was "valentine's day".

What if you had the highest rank? What if you had an online store which converted leads to sales effectively? What if you made a lot of money from simply pursing the art of SEO.

At Digerati Solutions, every site we build, we consider the effects of SEO. If you want to build your online potential, talk to us about how we can build the monopoly of SEO pages, Adwords, Blogs, Website Keyword Considerations and Web Building Techneques to build up your position.

Talk to Digerati about SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) Today!





How do I choose a Web Design/Development Company?

I must admit there are a lot out there! But which one is the right one for you? How do you know? How do you trust them? They all focus on different niches, what am I trying to achieve?

The last question is key? What are you trying to achieve? Do you want the website to:

  • Generate Sales/Leads and How
  • Market via Email and Search Engines
  • Hot Graphic Design
  • Reliable Functional Development

All companies will SAY they do all of the above, but how good are they? At Digerati Solutions we strive to build your online potential through considering all of the above. It is critical that before you start talking to a Web Development Company you do the following:

  • What is the market you are trying to target?
  • What are you attempting to achieve in this market?
  • If you have a current website, what is currently working?
  • Ensure marketing campaigns line up the website.
  • How do you want to maintain it? Would a Content Management System be helpful?

The solution to the above is really important, it helps us, it helps you and we WILL find the right solution.

Talk to Digerati Solutions today and Contact Us, we look forward to working with you!

Tim Faase
- Digerati Solutions - Web Design, Development and Hosting.





Friday, 23 February 2007

Are you riding the next wave?

During the web boom of 1999/2000, everyone needed a website. No matter how it looked, its purpose, the information it displayed or how it ran in line with your business, you needed a website.

A lot of large website companies grew during this period of "Gotta be on the wave to make it" but did they produce what you required? Does it line up with your branding/products? Does it generate sales/leads? Is it worth while?

Digerati Solutions are servicing the next wave of refurbished websites. We build sites that maximise your online potential focusing on:
  • Lead Generation/eCommerce
  • Brand and Strategy Alignment
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Website Design
  • Production
  • Product Integration
  • Hosting

Chat to us today about how to get blood out of your stone (website), measurably. Digerati solutions provides the complete online solutions.





eCommerce - Does it work to put my business online?

eCommerce is a funny market, businesses are on the fence in terms of going down this track and not. There has been plenty of success stories, regrets, mistakes and unknowns.

Lets just have a look at the top 3 online businesses in American during 2004:


  • amazon.com = $5.3b US

  • dell.com = $3.2b US

  • officedepot.com = 3.1b US

Information sourced from; "Internet Retailer - 2005 Edition".


Digerati Solutions are in the progress of building our third software product myCommerce.



Our product will be on the market for sales in late March 2007. Please contact Digerati Solutions for more information.





Content Management System (CMS) - myCMS

I could guess there are more than thousands of CMS products out in the market. But what do they deliver? What product best suits my needs? And what is most cost effective.

To start... what even is a CMS? A CMS is a Content Management System, this product is designed to update the information, pictures, video, links and web pages in a website. The best example of a CMS is mySpace.com. Users can change the information on their website to what ever they wish.

SO... why would I want one? Control. Affordable long term. Effective.

Why wouldn't I want one? Don't want responsibility. Expense. Can't find Product. Unknown.

myCMS, a product by Digerati Solutions handles all your Content Management Needs.

Just to note a few:
  • myCMS Web page, Site Navigation and Publishing Control.
  • myCMS Template Control
  • myCMS Time Delayed Changes
  • myCMS Administrative Publishing Approvals.
  • myCMS Easy Content Changing, just like Microsoft Word. No, EASIER!
  • myCMS Real file resource management
  • myCMS Comprehensive User Management
  • myCMS Integrated Reporting - Geo Location, Visits/Hits, Referrals, New/Returning.

Our product handles all your needs, if you don't believe us! Contact us!





Web Design - New Benchmark

Web design has changed over the years, constantly the industry is producing the "next best". How does Digerati Solutions provide the best looking websites? We are constantly looking out for this next best.

We believe the next best is: www.microsoft.com

It's the best because its open/sharp, inviting, easy to navigate. It also has been optimised for 1024px resolution and uses the latest technology, ajax. Plus a very consistent brand appearance

But what are the down sides you ask? Graphic intensive (slow to load), Relies of Javascript (navigation would break), Not Perfect (W3c HTML & CSS Not Compliant) and Scrolling Can be Required (1024 is wider than most monitors).

At Digerati Solutions, we consider all pros and cons technically and aesthetically when exploring your interface's appearance. Web Design for your Website is critical to get right, talk to us!



mySpace - Affordable and "Professional?"

A recent client of mine expressed some interested in developing a professional community (WEB 2.0) site where youth can be involved in the life's of people doing it tough BUT had no budget to work in.

I felt the light bulb go in my head: mySpace! or myCMS!

a. The Market already exists for their niche.
b. It's customisable with various mediums (HTML, Pictures, Video, Blog).
c. PayPal can be integrated for donations.
d. It's Free! (Except for our Consulting and Development Time :-) )

There are a LOT of WEB 2.0 resources out their which focus on community building. So what is WEB 2.0 your asking. In a nutshell it's a web-based application that builds community, user innovation and integration. You may have heard of these applications being sold to Google?

The project hasn't been completed as yet but I'll assure you we will give you the stats on the outcome.

Talk to us today about how Digerati Solutions can build your online environment with an affordable and strategic solution. myCMS - Content Management System is a highly recommended tool for managing the interface for your website.

Tim Faase
- Digerati Solutions Director





Saturday, 6 January 2007

Digerati Solutions

Digerati Solutions


Digerati: Web Consulting - Website Design - Development & Hosting


First off, Digerati Solutions is a Web Consulting - Design - Development & Hosting company from Sydney, Australia. Focusing on web applications designed to help you manage and grow your business and potential. We have a few products... myCMS: Content Management Software - myCampaign: E-Mail Marketing Software - myCustomers: Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Please feel free to contact our Digerati web staff on our website for more information, we would LOVE to chat with you.

We endeavour to put to paper what our company is wrestling/learning/growing in. I hope that this is an environment in which we can find out what others are struggling with also.

Cheers,

Tim Faase
- Digerati Solutions