Using Chrome Developer Tools

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Using Chrome Developer ToolsWhether you’re a web developer or a website owner, being able to quickly and easily view, edit and debug your website is essential. One way to do this is with a tool built right into your browser - Chrome’s own Developer Tools. In this blog post, we will take an introductory look at what these tools do and how you can use them to monitor and improve your site.  Read more

Ecommerce website success

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Ecommerce website successIf you sell items on your website, there are things you should always be aware of, whether you run a fully fledged global site offering hundreds of products or are just setting up a small boutique store. In this blog post, we look at the essential elements that lead to ecommerce website success.  Read more

Long-form web content and the ‘Snow Fall’ effect

Monday, September 12, 2016

Long-form web content and the ‘Snow Fall’ effectIn December 2012, a story by journalist John Branch was posted on the front page of the NYTimes.com website, entitled ‘Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek’. An elegant, long-form, multimedia piece that captivated millions of readers worldwide, it went on to win a Pulitzer prize in feature writing and led to a change in the way many web designers view content.  Read more

7 rules for small business mobile apps

Monday, March 07, 2016

7 rules for small business mobile appsIf you have made a decision to have a mobile app developed for your small business, you probably don’t plan on engineering it yourself. Instead, you will be turning to a professional software development service provider to get the job done.

But even if you are not taking care of the technical side of things directly, the functionality and ultimate success will be down to you.  Read more

Setting up a website membership area

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Setting up a website membership areaNot everything that’s on your website might be for public consumption. If your site is accessible to staff for example, you might wish to create an area especially for employee access.

And if you already have a website with plenty of free, high-quality content and an audience who are eagerly coming back for more, there could be some financial benefit to having a members-only area of the site.
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Website audio tips and tricks

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Planning a website animation projectAdding audio to your website can be highly beneficial for many reasons and really serve to broaden and enhance the user experience. From up-to-the-minute podcasts and step-by-step guides to interviews, music or live radio, audio allows your users to become more immersed in your website and creates variety, entertainment and engagement.  Read more

Planning a website animation project

Monday, February 01, 2016

Planning a website animation projectAnimation on your website can change it from a still, dull-looking page into something really dynamic and exciting. In our post this week, we take a look at the things you need to bear in mind when planning an animation project.  Read more

Designing websites for children

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Designing websites for childrenCreating a website that is geared specifically towards children brings its own challenges. Although the general ‘rules’ of design still apply, there are some fundamental differences and considerations that you will need to take into account.  Read more

10 dos and don’ts for mobile web design

Friday, October 02, 2015

Making the most of website testimonialsWhether you’ve chosen to go ‘mobile first,’ have separate desktop and mobile sites or are opting for a responsive website solution, there’s no denying that your website needs to cater for those of who are visiting via mobile devices. Here are our five top dos and five top don’ts for how to go about creating great mobile web design.  Read more

Making the most of website testimonials

Monday, September 14, 2015

Making the most of website testimonialsClient testimonials are a great way of making your company appear reputable, professional and trustworthy. If a visitor to your site is in any doubt about ordering a product or buying a service, a well-phrased and positioned review from a real-life client can be just what they need to make that decision.  Read more

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Using Chrome Developer Tools

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Using Chrome Developer ToolsWhether you’re a web developer or a website owner, being able to quickly and easily view, edit and debug your website is essential. One way to do this is with a tool built right into your browser - Chrome’s own Developer Tools. In this blog post, we will take an introductory look at what these tools do and how you can use them to monitor and improve your site.  Read more

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