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I am the content head of my very own web marketing agency, based out of Mumbai.

I am a writer by profession but the dark side of my nature seems to have turned towards programming. I will have my vengeance!!

I love learning javascript and ruby and amazed by the power of meta programming and shit I don't know but am very curious about.


Feb
5
accepted The 'Learn more' or 'Book now' Call to Action problem on overview pages
Feb
1
asked The 'Learn more' or 'Book now' Call to Action problem on overview pages
Jun
13
comment How do I get my client to focus when he wants to do only more?
So price and time would be a good strategy too - but could you elaborate on what you mean by 'using them as a straight persuasion tool'?
Jun
13
comment How do I get my client to focus when he wants to do only more?
Yes I am creating my own mindmap but how do I persuade him ideologically - he has to convince internal stakeholders and I need to make sure I am building the right thing for his customers. Twisted nature of our priorities I am talking about.
Jun
13
asked How do I get my client to focus when he wants to do only more?
Jun
21
comment For a site with multiple different user-types should the primary navigation reflect all available options for all users?
Bartosz, you have nailed it for me, my friend with that last observation. Thank you so much.
Jun
21
awarded  Commentator
Jun
21
accepted For a site with multiple different user-types should the primary navigation reflect all available options for all users?
Jun
21
comment For a site with multiple different user-types should the primary navigation reflect all available options for all users?
thanks jonW appreciate it
Jun
21
comment For a site with multiple different user-types should the primary navigation reflect all available options for all users?
I am asking for a review - yes. I want to know if I am right about the above analysis.
Jun
21
comment For a site with multiple different user-types should the primary navigation reflect all available options for all users?
Good Question @JonW. Here is what I supect, and I am hunting down the metrics to prove it: 1. There are two separate actions that are happening on the website: a) Browsing fashion collections and b) learning about fashion and c) reading a blog 2. Bounce rate is 56 percent. 3. The problems that I see are that the navigation has unrelated items and gives a confusing picture of what the site is about to a first time visitor. I am sure returning visitors will be able to find information just fine.
Jun
21
asked For a site with multiple different user-types should the primary navigation reflect all available options for all users?
Feb
17
awarded  Tag Editor
Jan
12
comment Where do campaign landing pages belong in my site architecture? How do I manage them?
excellent resources that took me to a lot of interesting places
Jan
12
comment Where do campaign landing pages belong in my site architecture? How do I manage them?
Yes I can. I have a very good relationship. They trust me with making the final cut.
Jan
12
revised design-patterns wiki excerpt
made the definition more specific to the context of this site
Jan
12
comment Where do campaign landing pages belong in my site architecture? How do I manage them?
hmm - the problem is the opposite - my client wants the campaign pages to be "fully" integrated into the website. That's a problem from my perspective because that might take the attention off the main action and message of the campaign.
Jan
12
awarded  Supporter
Jan
12
comment Where do campaign landing pages belong in my site architecture? How do I manage them?
Thanks for responding. Yes these pages will have clearly focused call to actions and even single column layouts as opposed to the main website. The idea for putting the main website's skin back on after user has completed the required conversion action is good.
Jan
12
suggested suggested edit on design-patterns tag wiki excerpt