Back to Basics

In today’s social media-mad world, it is all too easy to forget that people still want to get great service at a fair price, delivered by people they can trust. We can tweet all we like but unless we are delivering what clients want, it won’t make a scrap of difference. Under all the buzz, there has to be something worth paying for.

In the past year or so, I have become a regular columnist in the ITI Bulletin, rejoined the board of directors of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting, and created a new service for those people who want to improve their public speaking. Sadly, in all the excitement around these developments, my business website went unloved and unchanged. Sure, I might have tightened up the odd word here and there but it was still unclear where to find information and the site itself was beginning to look a bit ragged.

So I decided to freshen things up. Now all the services I offer can be found, at a glance, on the About page (complete with a picture!), there is an RSS feed for blog posts and a direct link to my business twitter feed. Couple that with a new design that is much more light and airy and it all becomes much easier and more pleasant to find your way around.

It’s all about making it easy for you to get the information and services you want. Feel free to leave some feedback on the new design either in a comment to this post or using by clicking the “Contact” page.

Jonathan

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About Jonathan Downie

I am a conference interpreter, public speaking coach, preacher and researcher.
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