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Firstly, what is a responsive website design and what does mobile friendly mean? A responsive web design is essentially a layout that renders the content in a way where it is easily readable on mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets along with desk tops. The image below best demonstrates this Advantages of a […]

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Having good content on a website is very important for companies. The advantages of good content impact sales and consumer interest in a companies product and services greatly. Outlined below are 5 advantages of a website having good content. Value Good content can provide something of value to visitors on your website. By having content that […]

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Advantages Cost effective – An ecommerce solution can provide a more cost effective approach for your business. This is because your site can be used to generate sales without having to rely on many sales staff or potentially any sales representatives. Access – A high-street print shop on its own is often limited in its […]

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You knew that, of course! “My father’s family name being Pirrip, and my Christian name Philip, my infant tongue could make of both names nothing longer or more explicit than Pip. So, I called myself Pip, and came to be called Pip.” The opening of arguably Charles Dickens’s greatest novel – my personal favourite – […]

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We’ve spent a lot of time on the importance of first impressions in your website design, and last time we covered “thin slicing” – making judgements in fractions of a second based on incomplete data. These are important because, as we’ve seen, visitors to your site make, to all intents and purposes, an instantaneous decision […]

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I know we keep going on about this, but it really is at the heart of good website design. In recent articles we’ve concentrated on some of the more technical aspects of the subject. This time we’re going to make a brief foray into the world of “thin slicing” – but before we do that […]

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According to an article posted on the BBC website recently “Google has revealed plans to side line its social network Google+ by changing the way users log into its products and services”. For example, in 2013 Google required people to log into their Google+ accounts to post comments on YouTube. Due to the backlash Google […]

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We’re getting closer to how to make such an utterly brilliant first impression that the visitor to your web-site will stay not only for that crucial initial ten seconds, but for the crucial next twenty seconds too. We’ve faced up to the fact that there’s no magic wand. We’ve listed some of the characteristics. We’ve […]

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