One of the questions I get asked the most relates the vast differences that are sometimes quoted for the design of a website.
When should you change / upgrade / re-design your website?
We have recently built and made a new website live for a long-standing restaurateur customer. Maaya is a high quality indian restaurant in The Hub district of Milton Keynes.
Matt Cutts worked from the early days in the late 90s at Google and has seen the progression of the company ever since. This is a video he posted of him talking at an event about his experiences at Google. Some of it is a bit techy, but overall it is a fascinating inside view. There are also some aspects to it that relate anyone in a small business or a start up. Well worth a watch...
We are recruiting for a part time graphic designer.
Magento have announced a vulnerability in their platform. This needs urgent action with the addition of the patch number SUPEE-7405
If you are driving to our office, here is the best way to get to us.
We may be based in the city centre of Derby, but we operate UK wide.
Web copywriting is one of the biggest challengers for many webiste owners. It slows down the process of getting a new website live because of a lack of time to dedicate to the job. If not done correctly, however good the design of the website is, poor web copy will turn visitors away; nobody likes misspelling, bad grammar or copy which is simply poorly written.