We are pleased to have been announced as finalists in this year’s best Small Business Website category in the Surrey Digital Awards
Last month saw the 25th anniversary since the first public website went live. Web design and development has come a long way in these 25 years.
Web design and development can be a complicated process full of technical terms and phrases. Here we explain a few of the more common terms.
With the many different operating systems and devices available today, there are several different web browsers which web designers have to consider when developing sites.
If you want an e-commerce enabled website, you have a choice of many platforms to build the site on. There are many free solutions available, as well as some which require a monthly subscription.
With the likes of Google Fonts and Typekit, or by manually embedding web fonts via @fontface, you can now now choose from hundreds upon hundreds of fonts.
According to IBM’s Digital Analytics Benchmark this week, a massive 48% of web traffic on Christmas Day was from a mobile device.
The latest Wordpress update introduces a few new changes, most notably with the new responsive and customisable dashboard.
There have been many popular web design trends seen throughout 2013, from single page parallax sites to the metro style inspired by Windows 8
It is often the case that a website is the first thing people see when wanting information on your business/services – you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, so it is important to make the first impression count!