Archive for the “Web Design” Category

Tips On Learning How To Code

Posted on February 19th, 2015 by Kelly Kirkham

Being fluent in a programming language is becoming more and more important as technology develops within our lives. While important, this doesn’t mean it is an easy skill to acquire. Here are some tips on how to succeed as a student of code.

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How To Win In CV Season

Posted on August 26th, 2014 by Kelly Kirkham

Kelly Kirkham discovers some of the world’s quirkiest resumes to show businesses and job-seekers alike what the competition is like out there…

Five Ways to Save Bandwidth

Posted on July 16th, 2014 by Neil Cumins

Poor bandwidth can make or break your website. Here are a few tips for making the most of it…

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What Does the Color of your Website Say About You?

Posted on July 8th, 2014 by Kelly Kirkham

Brilliant reds, deep blues, and electric greens: What message are the colors of your website sending to your readers?

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Have All a Blogger’s Christmases Come At Once?

Posted on May 16th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

  No more breaking your back trying to get a good image on your camera phone. There’s a new way to get photos on your blog. And it’s free. When it comes to blogging, pictures don’t just paint a thousand words, they draw in a few extra readers, too. In fact, blogs with photos are…

5 Ways Web Design Can Damage Your Sales

Posted on May 1st, 2014 by Sarah Holt

You wouldn’t ask someone to read a book from back to front so why ask a web user to navigate your website in unusual ways? Internet users are creatures of habit. For example, most people read web site content by scanning the page in an F-pattern. Plus, the average web user only ever reads 28…

Five Ways To Improve Website Usability

Posted on March 18th, 2014 by Sarah Holt

You could write a thesis on user experience or UX, but these 5 short-cuts should help if you’ve not got time… Every year, millions of dollars are spent on testing how people navigate websites,  in the hope of making home pages more user-friendly and relevant.  Search giants like Google, for example, will tell you that,…

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