The pros and cons of outsourcing your web development
Having a business website is so standard nowadays that we don’t even need to discuss whether
an organisation should have one. Even the most basic online presence offers the security it
The CMS that supports your digital presence isn’t necessarily something that business owners need worry about. As long as your content is out there, surely that’s enough? However, as the range of online channels increases, so do the pressures on
Such a fast paced world is constantly evolving and changing, making trends hard to follow. We’re well over half way through 2022 now, which means that we can take a look at which trends have stuck so far this year.
The best websites have their users at heart. We know it, you know it, and Google knows it. With every tweak to the search rankings algorithm, Google has been driving websites that rely on search traffic to improve their user
As we know, Google regularly updates the algorithm for search rankings. This is great as it is a driver for websites to improve. By which we mean quick loading, mobile friendliness, stability, security, and most importantly in this instance, including
We won’t use the C-word just yet, but for your website to beat the e-commerce competition this winter, you should be giving it a web audit now. This will mean that you’re fully optimised for early shoppers and late rushers
Firstly, engagement is continually changing and evolving. This is because users are human – fickle and easily distracted! Secondly, the demographics of your target audience are potentially wide and varied. So it can be hard to combine the right techniques
There’s a lot to be said for getting off on the right foot. And when it comes to the client / web designer relationship, clear communication is key. It’s how you arrive at the right balance of aesthetics and functionality.