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Desktop still preferred for important web tasks

While mobile internet usage has grown, desktop and larger devices are still preferred for important tasks on the web according to research by the Nielsen Norman Group (Large Devices Preferred for Important Tasks). Despite substantial improvements in mobile UX over the past decade, people still tend to do their most important online activities on larger […]

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 […]

Responsive web design: why you need it and how to design it

Responsive web design makes your web pages display and work properly with all devices: desktop PCs, laptops, mobiles and tablets. Responsive Web Design is about using CSS and HTML to resize, hide, shrink, enlarge, or move the content to make it look good on any screen. Google are very clear on the benefits of responsive […]

Latest responsive web design Rugby taxi Dial-a-Cab

Our latest website is a new responsive web design for Rugby taxi company Dial-a-Cab  – http://www.rugbytaxi.co.uk/ The old website was very successful, with relatively high levels of traffic generating a lot of enquiries by phone and users filling in and submitting the booking / quote form. The details were captured and sent by email to […]

Recent responsive web design – Rugby Minibus

One of our long standing clients, the reliable Rugby based taxi company Dial a Cab is expanding its fleet of vehicles to include minibuses which can take up to 8 people at one time. The service is aimed at those needing more room and seats for transporting people and luggage such as airport transfers, nights […]

Responsive web design part 2 – free tools testing your current website for mobile friendliness

After you have used Google Analytics to review your website data you should have a clearer idea of when you get the most visitors and the devices being used to visit your website. This is important information that will help you plan how your website needs to change to encourage more visitors. As well as […]

Recent web design added to our portfolio page Foster Lewis and Co Estate Agents Coventry

Foster Lewis and Co is a established, family run estate agent and letting agent in Coventry. We designed the website so Foster Lewis and Co staff can add properties so can then be found on website. The web design also integrates Google Maps locations of each property so a user can click on the marker […]

Google’s new tool for checking if a website is mobile-friendly

There are hints but not clear indications from Google that mobile friendly websites may be ranked higher than older style websites. When you search Google using a mobile device, sites that are deemed mobile-friendly are currently accompanied by the words “Mobile-friendly” in grey. The jury is still out on what Google is looking for and […]

A recent responsive web design Phil Preston photography

Here’s another recent web design for Phil Preston photography who specialise in Wedding photography, christenings, portraits and buildings. The website uses popular content management system WordPress and is a responsive web design which means that it displays and automatically adapts to work properly different Internet connected devices including PCs / Laptops, Smartphones and Tablet computers. […]

Another recent responsive web design – NLP practioners Unique minds

Experienced and highly qualified NLP practioner, Daksha Malik needed a new website that promoted her services and provided more information on the benefits of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) training that she could edit herself. The website is built using a customised commercial template and WordPress and is a responsive web design which means it will […]