Web Task Management

Okay. It’s now time for you to get started on a task. It could be anything from updating website content, editing images on Photoshop, or even building a site from scratch for a client. Whatever it is, don’t let yourself feel overwhelmed.

You should have a base to start with and then work from there.

Focus on single tasks at a time. Avoid multitasking.

This goes for anything you do. Not just web designing. Complete all your tasks one-by-one in a systematic approach. Once you have completed one, you can tackle the next. And always finish the “important stuff” first before working on the fancy designs. Cool-looking images, flash movies, or any other non-content related gibberish comes second. The core markup (text, links, site navigation, organization, etc.) comes first. But remember that too much emphasis on the fancy-schmancy stuff can drive visitors away.

Additionally, all your completed tasks should work towards increasing visitor traffic.

Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier is Atilus' Director of Operations and helps to oversee all client accounts and day-to-day operations. Additionally, Kristen has worked in digital marketing for 5+ years and has helped create digital marketing plans for hundreds of clients.

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  • google adwords

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  • Zach K.

    Thanks for stopping by John. I couldn’t agree more with the article or the comments. I believe it is called chunking (avoiding multi-tasking). To those uninitiated, or those on the peripheral it can seem problematic, but in the end concentrating on one specific task allows you to be more productive.

    I have also heard to “power hours” where you have a set number of goals for a day and work through your tasks in a set of hours. Each complete hour is spent doing nothing but the task(s) at hand.

  • John

    Good word on avoiding the multitasking. It just leaves you frazzled at the end of the day.

  • Scott Clark

    Excellent. Concise, informative and inspiring… welcome to the team Andrew!

  • Zach K.

    Great quick article. I agree that staying on task and not multi-tasking is they key to completing things in an efficient manner.

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