This will be the final version of my “Why Mobile in……” presentation. I’ve created one of these presentations, around this time of year, for the past 3 years to help explain why it was important to take “mobile” as a channel seriously. The presentations were designed to encourage our clients and to make the jump to a responsive design website sooner than later. I’m…
As part of our regular review of school websites we’ve had a look at some design trends that are taking place in 2013.
“Hotels with poorly designed websites will see a drop in profits” warn researchers. A recent article on the Hotelowner website highlights research by the University of Portsmouth which demonstrates a link
We all have our favourite websites that look cool and trendy – but what does it really take to create a well-designed website?
Irritated by Arial? Tired of Times New Roman? Then read on… web fonts just got prettier.
Try Pixlr a great Firefox add-on Browsers are increasingly becoming more advanced and feature many impressive add-ons that help everyday office work. Pixlr is a great example of this by having many features similar to Photoshop.
Or, what do the changes in the U.K. Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 mean to me?
The “fold” is a term often used to describe the point on a web page where users have to scroll to see more information. In the distant past, before mouse wheels, there was a tendency to squash content above the fold and to try to eradicate scrolling as much as possible. To this day it can still be a concern for those commissioning websites. It…