We pick out seven design trends that we think will be the hallmark of a modern, stylish website for the next twelve months.
ClikStats was developed over the Christmas period by one of our development team “Adrian Callaghan” who was looking into furthering his knowledge of his wordpress Blog. Adrian had an idea to make an SEO plugin, this allowed him to track the traffic going through his own blog to enable him to analyse what was clicked, who …read more →
Many Web designers and marketers have a simple strategy to appeal to women: “Think Pink.” Often this is a good opening strategy if women are your target market because they do tend to favour pink and purple hues. But colour preferences are affected by a variety of factors other than gender, including age, personal bias, …read more →
Jupiter research has found that content created by your customers is beginning to have an effect on online purchasing. “The power of the consumer’s voice has never been stronger,” said David Daniels, Vice President and Research Director at JupiterResearch. “It is impacting consumer behaviour and how companies operate. Smart marketers are not just reviewing consumer-created …read more →
When creating a new website, most designs are created with users of screen resolution 800 x 600 pixels. OneStat.com have released some statistics that show that in the UK, only 15% of internet users, now have the 800 x 600 screen resolution. The majority of UK internet users now use a 1024 x 768 setting. …read more →
Browsing through Digg today, I came across a great example of how designers develop a series of pictures to end up with something truly beautiful. If you have ever dabbled with design, you’ll appreciate just how clever this is. Hats off to Taylor James, the Photographic Retouchers…