Archive for the “Web Design” Category

New: StarterSite V2 With Improved Premier Features

Posted on March 19th, 2019 by Kelly Kirkham

Creating a website can be a lot of work, and generally, this tends to happen in stages. So, if you are at the point where you own a domain but are not sure what to do with it, then this post is for you. Whether you are waiting for your website to be built, you…

How Web Browsers Affect And Alter Website Appearance

Posted on February 19th, 2019 by Neil Cumins

It’s easy to overlook the differences between website browsers. There are hundreds of browser platforms and versions currently in use around the world, catering for divergent devices and innumerable operating systems. Some browsers have specific attributes intended to distinguish them from competitors, while others are open source. That means that anyone can modify core browser…

How To Make Shorthand Presentations Look Spectacular

Posted on February 12th, 2019 by Neil Cumins

As internet connection speeds improve and companies look for new ways to distinguish their online presence, parallax scrolling has become increasingly popular. Parallax scrolling is a process where differentiated foreground and background content moves at different speeds and is traditionally associated with homepage animations. Media organizations were among the first to employ vertical parallax scrolling,…

Choosing The Right Fonts For Your New Website

Posted on February 5th, 2019 by Neil Cumins

Although not the most obvious element of website design, fonts play a crucial role in the internet’s appearance. With thousands of different character sets in existence, choosing the right website fonts has become an increasingly challenging – and personal – decision. From lead to pixels Fonts have evolved over six hundred years, starting out as…

A Guide To Launching The Perfect Photography Website

Posted on December 7th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

While smartphones have turned us all into amateur photographers, there’s still plenty of demand for professional services. You only have to look at the popularity of Getty Images and Shutterstock to realize just how lucrative premium images can be. And if stock graphics don’t meet the brief, companies will regularly hire a photographer to obtain…

The Pros And Cons Of WordPress

Posted on November 27th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

There are many good reasons why WordPress has evolved into the world’s most popular content management system. Inspired by a long-forgotten weblog tool known as B2/cafelog, WordPress has grown into a near-universal solution for website design and maintenance. This streamlined package offers huge numbers of customizable pre-designed templates, with over 56,000 standalone plugins handling a…

WordPress Plugins That’ll Make Your Customers’ Lives Easier

Posted on November 13th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Considering the fact that it was launched in 2003 as a standalone program, the subsequent diversity of WordPress plugins is quite breathtaking. There are now over 55,600 separate plugins, which augment the basic WordPress framework. Some of these are frivolous, while others could best be described as being of niche appeal. However, many have been…

How To Add Meta Tags To Your Website

Posted on November 9th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Meta tags are little snippets of information that live inside of your HTML code. They help search engines understand your content. When Google or Bing sends crawlers over a page, meta tags help them understand what the content of the page is about through the use of meta tags. Meta tags are typically used in…

What Makes A Website Truly Great?

Posted on October 9th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Website owners spend a great deal of time making small changes to their websites, aiming for increased functionality, traffic and conversions. However, you may want to take a moment to evaluate the big picture. Oftentimes we get stuck in the minutiae, avoiding the bigger and more serious problems in design and navigation. To avoid this…

5 Tips To Keep Your Website Content Picture Perfect

Posted on August 21st, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

When sitting down at your computer to produce eye-catching, jaw-dropping website content, you may find yourself staring at an empty screen wondering where to start. Even if you have an engaging, well-researched topic, your content may still fall short. Many writers begin by envisioning their readers by picturing someone who sits and reads every word…

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