Over 85% of people in the UK now own a smartphone. This increase in smartphone usage is in part due to convenience, portability, the need to stay up-to-date with news and events, and to constantly be connected with our friends and family.
The About page is one of the most important pages on your website, and often the most neglected. It can be hard to be objective about yourself, and your company, and so this precious page is often overlooked.
If your business is becoming laborious and habitual, whether it’s waiting for the phone to ring or you’re doing the same thing day in day out, I might have some ideas to pep things up a bit.
When was the last time you sat down and read the copy on your website? When you set your website up? A few years ago? Never? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Website copy can often get forgotten, especially if your website is working well for you, but could it be working better?
We’re often asked: “What is the best website to have?”, “What information should be on a website?” and “How do I get the best out of a website?” We’ve put some of our top tips together to help you plan your website.
There are still companies out there that don’t have a website (shock!), but this is mainly due to not seeing the value in it, or not understanding what a website can do.
Often forgotten and overlooked, the links within your website copy might seem like a trivial thing, but how frustrated do you get when you click a link and it doesn’t go anywhere?
Parallax scrolling – the latest trend in website design, has grown in popularity over the last five years and is anticipated to be the ‘new wave’ of website creativity, to help businesses better engage with their customers and improve the overall experience that a website provides.
As with any project, whether it’s for software development or designing a new website, having a good specification or plan of what you want to achieve is the key to success.
With the extensive use of mobile devices, the art of creating a website to be viewed on a desktop machine has long gone. Technology has enabled us to stretch our imaginations and create wonderful websites that interact and change, are responsive and flow and unify with the user. Our creativeness has truly been let lose […]