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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 web design – MT Bellys pet supplies

Another recent web design is MT Bellys pet supplies. MT Bellys provide a home delivery service for all types of pet food. The website is a fully specified online shop where customers can search for the right product and order online. It’s also responsive which means that it displays and works properly with all types […]

A recent web design – Made in Rugby

Made in Rugby make bespoke and engraved gifts in wood and glass and came to us for a new web design. Their website features a clean and simple design that showcases the products and services on offer in their best light. We built the website using WordPress so the contents of the site are edited […]

Marks and Spencer’s website redesign results in falling sales

At at time when online sales are growing rapidly for most companies, Marks and Spencer’s have experienced falling online sales despite a reportedly £150 million overhaul of their website. On the surface, their strategy was promising with an increased focus on video and magazine type content to interest visitors. This is a proven way of […]

Flat web design trend explained

In the past, web designers put a particular focus on showing off their skills by packing sites with flashy illustrations and animations that supposedly wowed their visitors. Then came a shift toward skeuomorphic design, which attempts to bring real life to the screen, with faux-realistic textures, drop shadows and real object characteristics, making your computer […]

The case for responsive web design strengthened by fall in PC sales

Global shipments of personal computers (PCs) have hit a five-year low, according to new figures from the research firm Gartner. This should make all website owners seriously think how their website displays on multiple devices and what action they are going to take to ensure they aren’t missing opportunities. PC sales have now fallen for […]

Latest web design – Avonvale funeral services

Our latest web design Avonvale Funeral Services needed a lot of sensitivity in terms of the design, copy and images. Although there can be a surprising amount of levity around funerals, our approach was to create an elegant, easy to use website that provides clear guidance on what what to do and who to contact. […]

Why web design and SEO are so closely linked

The acronym SEO – search engine optimization – first appeared in the 90s when it meant little more than stuffing your website pages with keywords and getting links from dodgy websites. Google was still a research project and a lot of companies wasted a lot of money on harebrained schemes to promote their websites. A […]

New web design portfolio items

We’ve been busy updating our portfolio with a selection of recent and updated web designs. Our own website has also been redesigned and is now responsive, which means it adapts to the device being used. The website is viewable and functional on PCs, Laptops, Tablet PCs, Smartphones and ‘Phablets’ (phones with larger screens, nearing small […]

Web Growth Consulting now a member of the UK Web Design Association

We are delighted to report that Web Growth Consulting is now a member of the UK Web Design Association. This demonstrates our commitment to providing our clients with professional, value for money services: web design and development email marketing search engine optimisation social media management View our UK Web Design Association link here:  Web Growth […]