A website is one of the most important assets for a charity because it is often the first point of contact for donors, volunteers, funders and beneficiaries. It is crucial that the website makes a good first impression. Unfortunately many … Continue reading 10 signs your charity needs a new website
New Year’s Resolutions are a great way to kickstart a project in January. And if a new website is one of your goals this year, then why not start right now. This guide will help you plan your project to make sure it is a success. We’ll talk you … Continue reading New year, new site – A four step guide to planning your new website.
Thursday, 22 November 2018, 10am -12pm, Milsoms Kesgrave Hall Are you overwhelmed by the prospect of designing a website? Does your current site look like it was created 25 years ago? Or are you just not sure whether it is user-friendly? Join … Continue reading Brand Identity and Web Design Workshop 22nd November
What is Retina ready? Retina ready refers to a screen on a device that has a high enough pixel density that the human eye can't make out individual pixels. The iPhone 6 and iPad 3 are Retina ready. Although Apple own the term "Retina Ready", … Continue reading Make your website Retina ready
A standard off the shelf WordPress website is pretty easy for clients to update after some training but what about if the site has custom features? Developers shouldn't just think about the front end design, they also need to think about the back end … Continue reading Making client friendly websites
On 21st April Google will be releasing their latest algorithm which will include a new mobile-friendly ranking factor. This will mean that Google will not only label your site as mobile-friendly, but will also use that to determine if your site … Continue reading Are you ready for Google’s mobile-friendly update?