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In this post I want to share my thoughts on remote work? Sure, it’s not for everyone. Why would someone want to put in the work, deal with this resistance and become a remote worker?

For those of you who already are working remotely (as well as for myself) this is a pep talk reminding us, why we chose this set-up. It is a post to refer to when I need to remember why it is worth it.

Here are my top reasons in no particular order:

#1. Flexibility

I can organise my time and space they way I want to. I am my own boss, so I have probably even more flexibility than someone who works remotely as an employee, even though I do have to answer to clients and attend meetings from time to time. Having said that, the variety is what makes it appealing too. …

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I’m sure you have heard the term “Responsive” been bandied around for some time now. Basically, a responsive website is a site that layout adjusts to best suit the device on which it is being viewed.

The use of mobile devices to view websites has exploded over the past few years and has now almost exceeded desktop. Because of this its important your website looks good on mobile for your customers.

A responsive website makes browsing through mobile simpler and automatically adapts to the size of the screen of the device that it is viewed on. This takes care of the optimisation issues and there is no need for building and maintaining several websites for different devices that is extremely inefficient and impractical. …


Amanda Lucas

Founder, Web & Graphic Designer & Visual Marketer at Itchy Fingers Design. Passionate about creating great UX/UI. Productivity, beach and sun lover.

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