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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

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

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

Adapting to 'Mobilegeddon' in 5 steps

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Adapting to Mobilegeddon in 5 stepsAccording to Google, the latest updates to their search algorithm (introduced on April 21st 2015) have now been fully ‘rolled out’. Our "Minimising the effects of Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’" post gave you the main facts about what exactly was changing this time around, but now that it’s been a couple of weeks since the update, we thought we’d dive in a little deeper and offer some advice on what you should be doing to adapt to the changes.  Read more

Minimising the effects of Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Minimising the effects of Googles MobilegeddonYou may have heard about Google’s latest search algorithm changes that are set to hit many businesses, lowering the website rankings of those not deemed to be mobile-friendly. The changes were announced a full two months ago in February and were released on 21st April. They will be rolled out over the next couple of weeks and look set to be the largest changes the search engine have made to their algorithm in recent years.  Read more

Is your homepage working for you?

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Is your homepage working for you? In a world of high-speed internet connectivity and content overload, where information is available at the click of a mouse and users are increasingly time-pressured, designing a homepage can be daunting.

With only a few seconds to capture the attention of a visitor's instant gratification, how can you be sure of producing a homepage that users will latch onto?  Read more

Using a grid-based approach to web design

Monday, July 07, 2014

Based on its traditional counterpart in the print industry, the use of the grid as a web design tool has been around for a long time. Yet there are some designers who are still reluctant to use a grid-based approach, fearing that the adherence to a fixed structure will stifle their creativity or that their sites will end up looking ‘samey’. In fact, when well executed, nothing could be further from the truth.  Read more

Future-proofing your web site

Monday, December 02, 2013

Responsive design might seem like the new kid on the block, the latest must-have for your site, but what if your clients don’t access your site on their mobile phones? What if your visitors use their desktop computer or laptop and are happy to continue doing so? Do you really need to bother about making your site responsive? Or is there something you’re missing?  Read more

SEO for responsive websites

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Responsive websites are great. They allow you to tailor your content and your design to a range of users, regardless of device type, in a variety of situations and locations. They can look beautiful and function perfectly. But that still doesn’t necessarily make them SEO-friendly.

So to help you make sure that all your hard work in responsive design is paying off, here are some areas you will need to consider to make sure that your website is ticking all the right SEO boxes for Google and other search engines.  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

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Web design trends in 2020

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Web design trends in 2020Web design has changed an awful lot over the years. Most people would assume that web design is as changeable as fashion design - a constant flux of styles and trends which are hot one second and not the next. But, one of the biggest overarching movements within web design has been the growing dominance of focusing on user feedback to guide design decisions.  Read more

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