A real mix amongst those attending the British Library
I noted at the Series of lectures promoting entrepreneurial activity at the British Library how many women were present and the ethnic diversity amongst speakers and audience.
The second lecture I attended was presented by Sara Rego from Portugal who was speaking for UK2 about the importance of and how to leverage a Website.
I learnt more about the plethora of alternative domain names starting from as little as £1.00 per year - these even include .photo but the co.uk and .com remain the most popular.
|A useful guide|
|The Library sign|
She also pointed out 5 Design Issues that should be kept in mind:
1) Bad Navigation
2) Poor Reliability
3) Auto-playing Media
4) Not Optimized for Mobile
5) Disorganized Content
And of course the importance of refreshing the content
Sara mentioned how important to take account of Metrics such as Google Analytics, she also advised that you should:
Checkout the competition
Keep it Fresh
I noticed again how important Eduardo Paolozzi is to London's public art - here's another of his works near the British Library -Piscator
|Another Eduardo Palozzi sculpture - Piscator by Euston Station is now looking a bit grimy|
When talking to people about objects that were red someone did mention a ball - I suppose the classic red ball would be a cricket one but this from the local 'Tiger' store has Pink too
|Having a ball?|