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Elaboration or minimalism in web design – what’s next for website design

Your web design is primarily for your website users, but you also need to make sure that search engine bots can find their way around it. Others are entitled to their opinions such as senior company personnel, PR and marketing departments etc, but it’s the user experience that trumps everything. The role of web design […]

Web design news digest: June 2019

Here’s some recent news on web design. Web Design Company, Huemor, Shares Tips for Creating a Converting Product Page Web design company Huemor has gathered the following four tips to consider when creating a product page that converts: Videos or photo galleries, 360° Views of Products, Descriptions and alt text descriptions, Test your product pages. […]

What to tell us when you ask for a web design quote

When people ask for a web design quote we are naturally pleased they have considered us as an option to design, code and host their website. When we get an enquiry, we don’t expect to get a lot of detail straight away. There are often commercial sensitivities and we pledge to treat each enquiry with […]

Web design news digest: March 2019

Here are some useful news stories from the  Creative Bloq website and other sources: What website do you wish you’d made yourself? – Experts share the recent websites that have piqued their interest and impressed them the most. 15 essential JavaScript tools you should be using – The hottest frameworks and tools you need to […]

A summary of the best web design trends for 2019

Let’s look at the possible web design trends for 2019. At the start of the New Year it’s natural to look critically at your website and branding and pick from the following options: Does my website need a full update encompassing content, layout and features? Will the website benefit from some minor adjustments to the […]

Why and when you need a website redesign

Over time the lovely website design that has served you so well will start looking a little jaded. Changes in technology, user behaviour and colour fashions will make you look critically at your web design and plan either a complete overhaul or tweaks to the layout or features. The rise of mobile and responsive web […]

Web design also means engaging your visitors with interactive content

From a web design perspective, many of the world’s most visited websites (https://www.alexa.com/topsites) are rather dull. Websites such as Google, You Tube, Facebook and Amazon are not shining examples of award winning web design but they have other obvious attributes. Here is the current top ten for the UK: Google.co.uk – Enables users to search […]

Five e-commerce web design trends for 2018

The relationship between E-commerce and web design is often awkward. From the early days of Amazon, where the term ‘web design’ was at best loosely applied to the most basic of layouts to the over-designed insanity of ill-fated boo.com (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boo.com), e-commerce web design has always struggled to get the credit it deserves. The only key […]

Web design versus SEO part 1 – resolving the conflict

Whenever you commission a new website design various stakeholders will be pushing for particular features or content. This is part and parcel of the planning stage of web design. Two needlessly conflicting areas are balancing good web design versus SEO (search engine optimisation). There is no doubt that a graphic designer without much web experience […]

5 key web design issues business owners need to know

If you are a business owner considering a new web design, there are many issues that you need to know. Getting a new web design is an exciting time for any business but you should be involved. The level of your involvement depends on how much time you can spare and how much you trust […]

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