We’ve just launched our new website reports, helping you, our clients, understand your website like never before.
Our world has changed overnight, thanks to the Coronavirus emergency. This post seeks to reassure our clients and set out what we intend to do to help them through the crisis.
How much should a website cost? Pricing your website project depends on so many factors that you need a starting point. And setting a budget is the best way to find it.
Looking after a WordPress website is about more than just finding somewhere to host it. Like a car, a website needs to be maintained and cared for if you want it to keep running. But what does that involve, exactly?
It’s common for web designers and agencies to place accreditation logos on their websites. But while they may look reassuring, the truth is they are meaningless at best.
Almost three years ago we wrote a blog post arguing against pop-ups – or interstitials as they are now known – and it remains one of our most popular posts. Now, at last, Google is doing something about them.
SSL encryption is fast becoming the standard for reputable websites – and it just got cheaper than ever to add it to your website.
When commissioning a new website, many businesses focus most of their attention on the visual design aspect – the ‘look n feel’, but this can be a costly mistake.
An effective website can be an asset to any business, but many small business websites end up hard to use disasters that never fulfill their potential.
Many business owners see their website as a cost and a necessary evil, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
When planning a website homepage, a slider or carousel seems to be a perfect solution, but there are many reasons not to use them.