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Using Microinteractions to Improve User Experience


Mmm.. Is it doing anything? I better click that button ag— GOD DAMN IT!” You know that feeling. It’s just like when you accidentally hit your headphones’ cord and send them flying off your ears. Or when you get stuck behind a slow walker, and you hear the train arriving at the platform. Sheer exasperation. […]

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Fundamental Web Design Practices For 2017


The busy, hyperactive websites of the early 2000s are long gone, and the hyper-minimalist elegance introduced by Apple over ten years ago is here to stay (at least for a while in tech terms). So how do you build a website that both conforms to the industry standard of sophisticated elegance and stands out from […]

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What Is a Fully Responsive Website?


If you’ve been looking around to see what web designers are excited about doing these days, you have probably noticed a lot of us are proud to tell you about the fully responsive websites we’ve designed.  So you might be asking yourself what is a fully responsive website and wondering why do you need one? […]

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Picture This: Your Team Photo on Your Website


Does your website include a photo of you and your team?  Did you cringe reading that?  Did you think, aw no, I don’t want my face on it, that won’t sell anything, someone might slag me?  Okay, sit down and take a deep breath.  If you are a small business or sole proprietor, your photo […]

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The Importance Of A Brochure Website


If you are not selling over the internet, you might wonder if you really still need a website. After all, you are marketing all over social media and the goal is to get people into your brick and mortar premises. They can’t place an order on your website.  You’ve got all your contact details and opening hours […]

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The eCommerce Retailer’s Guide to Using Color


eCommerce is a big business. In the U.S., eCommerce sales are expected to reach $500 billion by the end of 2017; European sales are expected to hit $250 billion by the end of this year, too, which means there’s a lot of online competition. In the past, eCommerce sites were treated with suspicion, but innovations […]

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After Cyber Monday Comes Tidy Tuesday


Yes, the day after Cyber Monday is also Giving Tuesday, and absolutely that should not go unnoticed.  Giving Tuesday is a time to do good and show your customers what your company values.  Your marketing persona should note what sort of issues are most important to your target market, and Giving Tuesday is the perfect […]

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Is Your Ecommerce Website Ready for Black Friday?


Traditionally, Americans begin their Christmas shopping in earnest after the Thanksgiving holiday, which is on the fourth Thursday of November.  The Black Friday shopping phenomenon has gone global now, and shoppers will be on a shopping binge on the high street and the internet.  They’ll shop until they drop… or until your site crashes. Are […]

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5 Signs You Need a New Website


Developing and launching a new website is a big task, and it’s easy to put it on the long finger.  It’s a bit like those household tasks we dread and ignore as long as possible.  And like those jobs at home, once we get a new site up and running and see the difference, we […]

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