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Adobe Business Catalyst responsive shopping cart

Monday, July 13, 2015

Gaining website visitor trustAdobe Business Catalyst is an excellent eCommerce Content Management System, but the static shopping cart is a drawback. We've addressed this and you can download our code to turn a default static layout into a fully responsive cart.  Read more

Improving website experience with interaction

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The way in which your visitors use and interact with your website plays a critical part in its success. If your webpages are clunky and unresponsive, if they take a long time to load and movement between pages and elements isn’t flowing and intuitive, it won’t be long before your users click away from your site and go somewhere else instead.  Read more

Questioning standard CSS

Monday, November 11, 2013

CSS has transformed the way in which we code websites. In the ‘olden days’, we would have to repeatedly assign the same presentational attributes directly in the HTML, which meant that pages were typically long and cumbersome to maintain. The introduction of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) eliminated the need for this tedious repetition, avoided extra markup and meant that webmasters could apply rules consistently to a whole site or even a whole group of sites easily and elegantly. Separating content from presentation seemed like a great idea, and with new evolutions of CSS, it is something that most web designers hold very dear.  Read more

Why mobile performance is a must

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

People can be impatient. They don’t much like waiting in queues. They don’t like delays on public transport. And they definitely don’t like slow mobile websites. It’s an unfortunate fact that whilst 64% of smartphone users expect a website to spring into life in three seconds, the average website takes around eight seconds to load.  Read more

8 rules of website redesign

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

With desktop, mobile and social technology developing so rapidly, websites can all too quickly seem clunky and outdated. But whilst it might be tempting to start afresh on a blank page, don’t be too hasty.

Okay, so there might be times when a site is receiving little or no traffic anyway, or is so old that starting again might be the best option, but before you delete anything, you might find that there are more advantages to starting with what you already have.  Read more

Entering unchartered M-commerce waters

Monday, June 24, 2013

M-commerce (or mobile commerce, to give it its full name) is quickly becoming big business. With some predicting that mobile sales will reach $31 billion by 2018, others estimating $86 billion by 2016, and some going as far as $108 billion by 2017 just in US sales alone, no one seems to really know how quickly this market will develop. But regardless of the statistics, what is clear is that mobile commerce is growing, and growing fast.  Read more

Responsive design possibilities: Part 2

Sunday, June 16, 2013

In our last blog post, we looked at some of the ways designers are using responsive web design to deal effectively and imaginatively with images, layouts and navigation, but of course these are not the only elements of a webpage. So this week, we’re going to extend the topic to include some more advanced design features, focusing on some of the latest approaches to handling forms, tables and iframes.  Read more

Responsive design possibilities: Part 1

Monday, June 10, 2013

In this blog post, we’re going to have a brief look at some of the up-and-coming stars of the responsive web design world, and how images, layout and navigation issues are being addressed. Here’s a roundup of some of the potential solutions.  Read more

How to use HTML5’s responsive element

Sunday, June 02, 2013

Creating adaptive images for the web is frequently a source of frustration and compromise. Web designers often struggle with the choice of using large, high-resolution images scaled down for small devices, or compromising on quality by using lower-resolution images, which look terrible when scaled up for larger monitors.

To solve this problem, the W3C has been exploring the HTML Responsive Images Extension, which makes use of a new <picture> element.   Read more

Build interest with a Coming Soon page

Saturday, May 05, 2012

Holding pages, or coming soon pages don't have to be bland web templates that say nothing more than "Website coming soon!" Instead, they can be a useful marketing tool in the build-up to your web site launch.

Here's how to create a bit of hype and have people coming back to your web page even before your finished site goes live.   Read more

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11 reasons why email marketing matters

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

11 reasons why email marketing mattersIf you think that e-mail marketing has become a dated marketing tool, you’re not alone. But whilst technology and web marketing in general may have evolved enormously, some of the old standards are just as relevant.  Read more

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