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FAQ pages are often used as a sticking plaster for a hard to use website

Why you don’t need an FAQ page

This is post 3 of 5 in the series “Website sins” FAQ pages are quite possibly one of the laziest crimes in website usability. If you have one on your site, you need to get rid of it. Here’s how. Frequently Asked Questions. This is traditionally the place that website owners dump the content they […]

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NRG Direct Mail – Website overhaul

The Project NRG Direct Mail had a WordPress website that had been built by another company several years before, but it did not address the needs of the company’s customers or the company itself. It also emerged that the website was running an out of date – and vulnerable – version of WordPress and all […]

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Hudson Chartered Accountant – Business website

The Project Louise Hudson set up in business as an independent chartered accountant and business advisor in 2012 and needed a website that reflected her friendly and approachable ethos. She wanted a website that was simple and uncluttered as well as modern, and we suggested that she adopt the new responsive technology that would allow […]

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