Last year saw many advancements in the website design field, including mobile usage finally overtaking desktop browsing as a user’s preferred means of surfing the internet. This has meant that, this
Using social media in your marketing efforts can really small businesses that are looking to further their reach to more customers. Your customers are constantly interacting with brands through social
With 2015 drawing to a close in the next few months, we thought it was time to take a look at the web development trends that emerged and blossomed over the year. We also believe that these trends will
Before we get into the pros and cons of responsive websites, we thought it was important to first explain what they actually are. Basically, this is the name given to a website that automatically resizes
There are a number of reasons why a web designer would want to use an HTML5 template, the key one being that they need a little assistance in kickstarting a project. If you have never used a template before,
If you own a small business, we are sure that you have already realised that traditional marketing can be a real drain on your funds. If you are looking for ways to connect with a wider audience, we think
As we move fully into April (and mid autumn) we thought it was time we looked at some of the fantastic resources that web designers and web developers have been tapping into over the first quarter of 2014.
On Wednesday, many Twitter users may have noticed that their beloved social network has begun displaying emoji characters – those small, cartoon-like pictures – on web and desktop versions of the site.