Getting the best out of a designer means working in partnership, being prepared to challenge your pre-conceptions and listening to the experts. Practice Plan’s Design Team Manager, Nick Powell shares his list of do’s and don’ts.
No one chooses a new dentist these days without first checking out their website; it’s convenient and not time restrictive. As a result, having a strong dental practice website presence becomes more and more important. Read on to discover Practice Plan’s ten tips to increase your dental practice website presence:
The year was 1988, Bros were number 1 and I was a 15 year old schoolboy being asked what I wanted to do for a career. Our careers officer was called Mr Simms. All I can remember is that he had broken glasses on and spoke in a very North Walian accent, ‘So Cartwrigghhhttt, what you looking to doooo after …
Here, Marketing Director Les Jones talks us through exactly what he means… What I mean is that design is sometimes used to put a bit of surface gloss onto something that is fundamentally not that pretty underneath.