Stacey is our Digital Marketing Manager and is responsible for overseeing the delivery of all digital projects across current and new clients. She works closely with our current client base and digital team to deliver an enjoyable experience for the user across all devices, based on the client’s bespoke requirements. So you can know a little bit about Stacey we asked the following questions:
How long have you worked in web design, and what experience did you have before Mosaic Digital Media?
“I have worked in the digital industry since 2008, starting out at The Hut Group. Since then I have worked on many eCommerce and WordPress website, helping to deliver the full package from Design, SEO, SMO to Frontend Development. Working with amazing brands such as Charlotte Tilbury, Soap & Glory, The Gro Company, Silent Night, Better Bathrooms, Dawsons and Zavvi.”
What are you passionate about?
“I’m passionate about the user experience, problem-solving and keeping up to date with the latest digital trends. I work with CSS, Sass, HTML and a little jQuery as well as a Photoshop, lots of post-it notes and my favourite purple pen (Thanks, Rich!).”
“I pride myself in being proactive but also process driven to achieve the ultimate end goal. I try to follow a robust project plan, from the scoping session through to the design, build and most importantly testing. Delivering projects using a combination of tools including Basecamp, Dropbox, Teamwork and Google Docs. Making an impact and creating online brand identity everyone can be proud of.”
How have your 6 months at Mosaic Digital Media been?
“Busy, it’s been a roller coaster 6 months! Mosaic Digital Media, is a energetic & creative company who has the drive for success. I’m very proud of our team and the challenges we have overcome in the last few months. Working with multiple clients and partners, helping to deliver to the client specifications. Can’t wait to see what the future holds in our shiny new office. Keep the biscuits rolling!”
The biggest change being circular profile picture and increasing the size of the like, comment and share icons, allowing you to click them easier from your smartphone. They have scrapped the old blue banner and accents and replace them with a lighter clean banner. The comments section of a post now resembles the messenger app with oval bubbles for people’s comments. Therefore, instead of comments being broken up by simple line breaks, each comment now gets its own grey message bubble, with the goal of making it easier to track who is replying in a given thread.
This year Facebook is going to implement new ad targeting options, put a stop to slow-loading links, and is rolling out better reporting for video re-shares and ad campaign metrics.
Faster loading links will be placed higher on mobile News Feeds. This means the further you scroll down, hopefully, the videos, which take longer to load, will have loaded in time for you to watch. Another feature, which is set to potentially come out, soon is the ability to add stories to the Facebook desktop app. Currently, there is no way to add stories except the smartphone app. This makes sense because it is a lot easier to record a video on a mobile than on a desktop.
What do you think of the Facbook changes? Share your thoughts
So… It’s been a month since Liam started here at Mosaic Digital Media and we thought that it’s time to introduce him properly! We wanted to help you get to know him the way we do, and that’s why we got him to fill out a questionnaire to narrow himself down to make it easier to get to know him.
1. How long have you worked at Mosaic Digital Media?
“I’ve been working at Mosaic for 1 month.”
2. What do you do?
3. What are your biggest challenges as a SEO Specialist/Web Designer/Frontend Developer/Operations Manager/Apprentice etc?
“My biggest challenge as a frontend developer is the actual web design side. I can take a web design and build a fully functional site that matches the design. Ask me to design and build a site and I’m never happy with the result, maybe I’m just overly critical of my own designs.”
4. What part of the process do you find most rewarding?
“Building a site which meets the clients expectations and see that site go live knowing I can be proud of the results.”
5. Which new trend or feature in digital do you feel has the most impact for business/you area of expertise?
“I think the new CSS grid specs and custom properties are going to have a big impact on how we build websites in the next few years. I think we’ll see a decrease in the user of CSS grid frameworks and also a decrease in the use of Preprocessors like SASS and LESS as more and more features are added to vanilla CSS.”
6. When you’re not in the house, what do you like to do to relax?
“In my free time I enjoy playing video games, playing tabletop RPGs and board games, and catching up on my Anime watch list. I’m currently making my way through Persona 5 and planning for a charity Tabletop RPG session where we play for 24 hours straight.”