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Building a better website with audience research – Part three

Monday, March 03, 2014

In our previous two blog posts, we have looked at the best ways of carrying out effective audience research through the use of surveys, participatory discovery sessions and analytics data. But it’s not just what we know about our users and their wants and requirements that are important. In order to build a great website, we also need to understand how they actually behave in response to different aspects of our sites and how they will likely behave in the future.   Read more

Building a better website with audience research –Part two

Thursday, February 27, 2014

In our last blog post we looked at how you can carry out efficient and effective audience research through the use of surveys and participatory discovery sessions. But to build a great website, you need a multi-faceted approach.   Read more

Building a better website with audience research – Part one

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

If you really want to build a better website, it is crucial to base the decisions you make on solid audience research. Armed with facts and figures, real-life user opinions and analytical data, you can plan for changes and ensure that your website is current, relevant and useful.  Read more

Why we need web-safe font stacks

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Typography is an absolutely essential part of any website design, affecting not only the look and feel of your site, but the very message it tells. It is therefore imperative that your carefully selected fonts are rendered correctly, and that your site remains as visually consistent as possible for all visitors.  Read more

6 steps to structuring web content

Monday, January 06, 2014

Whilst it might not seem like the most exciting part of web design, website information architecture is essential to making your website navigable and easy for your visitors to use. Guiding users intuitively through the often large amounts of information available on a website needs careful thought, forward planning and attention to detail.  Read more

7 tips for a struggling app

Monday, December 09, 2013

It has been estimated that 102 billion apps will have been downloaded in 2013, 91% of these for free. Yet whilst some apps are downloaded by a large number of people, many of these apps are used only once, if at all. So what should you do if your app falls into this category? Here are some of the main areas you should be thinking about.  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

Conducting website user research in 5 steps

Saturday, October 19, 2013

There is nothing more central to web design than a deep understanding of audience and purpose. So it makes sense that conducting your own user research is of critical importance in the process.  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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