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How to build strong client relationships


Most clients love to feel involved in their projects design process; ok, occasionally you’ll get the odd Joe Bloggs who doesn’t give a tiny rats ass what the site looks like as long as it works; but most of the time you can bet your bottom dollar they’ll want to feel involved and have their say.

Here’s how you can gain structured feedback on designs without relinquishing your creative juices and gain a lifelong happy client in the process. Continue reading

The importance of typography in web design

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We hear it everywhere in the marketing world- ‘content is king, and context is queen’ – I’m not about to dispute this, but what if that wonderfully written text is so difficult to read, no one gets the chance to appreciate it, relate to it, form an opinion of it or even become persuaded by it? What if the typography is so garish it makes it’s readers want to pull their own eyeballs out rather than look at it for a moment longer? Epic fail. Continue reading

Save Face Launch


Save Face came to us to help them define a strong online presence that would promote their cause- providing a safe, impartial and accessible service to ensure that when anyone chooses to have a non-surgical cosmetic treatments, selecting a practitioner is safe and easy. By utilising Save Face’s strong business proposition, we created a user experience that supports the brands values. Continue reading

Why Use Magento for Web Development: The Top 6 Reasons


The internet is currently our most important global system. The majority of consumers today look for a business on the internet; whether it be to get more information or to make a purchase, so it’s essential for businesses to have an online presence and equally important to make proper use of internet marketing to facilitate online shopping. It’s extremely important to plan the web design of an eCommerce website because it needs to satisfy multiple criteria to ensure that potential customers are attracted and engaged, finding routes of navigation clear and user friendly. Continue reading

Should we use responsive design or be mobile optimized?


Terms like “responsive design” and “mobile optimized sites” are frequently misinterpreted or confused. We get it all the time at client meetings. It doesn’t mean simply making your site work on a mobile, as the majority of sites out there ‘can’ technically work on a mobile, it’s just that the UX with that site won’t be very good and you’ll probably end up loosing a lot of potential customers. Continue reading