The Rapid Growth of Web Design

Posted onMonday, 21 April 2014

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Early 1990’s – Snail Paced Dial Up

The very first website was published in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee. The internet consisted mainly of text based sites with no sign of visual considerations such as typography and imagery. Lightweight websites were built and optimised for the current internet speeds which was dial-up.

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21 Outdated Website Features That Make Your Site Look Like Something from the Stone Age

Posted onWednesday, 19 March 2014

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1. Flash intros – Most flash intros look terrible, are completely pointless, take forever to load and are extremely annoying to your visitors.

2. Not visible on mobiles or tablets – Over 40% of web traffic now comes from mobiles or tablets. If your site isn’t compatible with these devices then you are missing out on a huge chunk of visitors.

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6 Quick Tips for an Effective Website

Posted onWednesday, 12 February 2014

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Whether you have an existing website or plan to develop one in the near future, it is important to have an understanding of the characteristics than can either make or break the effectiveness of your online investment. Here are some key features involved in making your website as effective as possible:

Keep your site clean and organised

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Why Having a Good Looking Website is Important

Posted onTuesday, 28 January 2014

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In terms of the visual aspects of your website, you must ensure that your website's appearance emulates the way you would like your business to be promoted. Remember, first impressions are everything! It takes a user just 7 seconds to make that first impression on your website, so you want to make sure that you get it right from the off.

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The Art of Website Maintenance

Posted onFriday, 22 July 2011

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by Erin Ferree

Now that you've designed and launched your website, you have a powerful marketing tool for your business. But, your website is only as useful as the content is current. The process of keeping the content on your site current is called website maintenance, and it's important to keep both visitors and search engines supplied with new information. Just like regular maintenance on your car, you have to make changes on your website every few months to make sure that things run smoothly.

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The Importance of a Web Site

Posted onSunday, 20 February 2011

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By Sandro Azzopardi

Needless to say, having a web site to promote your business or ideas is imperative nowadays. Nearly all households have access to the internet, sometimes even on more than one computer. The great thing about the internet is that it can reach the whole world, and not just your neighbourhood. Thus, if you have anything to sell or anything to say, everyone can get to know about it.

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Analyzing Website Traffic

Posted onFriday, 28 January 2011

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by C. Geldof

Analyzing your web traffic statistics can be an invaluable tool for a number of different reasons. But before you can make full use of this tool, you need to understand how to interpret the data.

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Navigational Options for Your Website: Choose Wisely

Posted onTuesday, 05 October 2010

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By Merle

So you've decided to it's time to revamp your website's navigation, or maybe you're putting together a new site and are trying to decide the best navigational menu to use. Before you choose one type over the other, you'll want to consider the size of your site and your anticipated growth, as the menu structure you select may have to expand.

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Special Offer

Posted onWednesday, 22 July 2009

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As a current promotion we are offering a one page template based website aimed at businesses that do not currently have a web presence.

The website can be customised with your logo and the colours of your choice for a one off price of £200+VAT. We will also include one years’ hosting and domain registration if necessary free of charge.

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