4 March 2014

Tips on Designing Mobile Commerce Sites That Convert

- Blog It’s no longer debatable: mobile commerce is the future of retail. Smartphone and tablet adoption rates have seen explosive growth, and customers are becoming more familiar with mobile as a way to browse and buy. There are lots of articles on the web about developing effective, usable mobile websites, and...

28 February 2014

Has the X-Axis Hamstrung Web Design?

- Blog Is it always advisable to move from left to right? Not long ago, having a horizontal scrollbar on a business website was the mark of seriously poor coding. Now, the x-axis is definitely in vogue. In a continual drive to try something new, web designers are experimenting with using the...

21 February 2014

Which Browsers Do You Need to Design For?

- Blog The number of browsers out there means that web design can be unnecessarily complicated, but which browsers should you actually be designing for? Designing for the web has changed a great deal over the last 10 years. Not only are websites more dynamic, but designers also have to cope with...

18 February 2014

3 Great Examples of Video Animation Design

- Blog Marketers are continually expanding the content they commission, and video is one of the fastest growing content types on the web. Skilled animators are in demand, and many businesses are looking for long-term partners to help explain their products and sell them to a new audience. Here are three great...

14 February 2014

How Design Can Make Your Exhibition Stand a Success

- Blog If you’re presenting, make sure it’s easy on the eye. It’s exhibition season, and across the world, company representatives are spending weeks living out of suitcases, travelling up and down the country and discovering first-hand just how “corporate” some hotels can be. Exhibitions are the original “pop up shop” –...

11 February 2014

Factors to Consider When Designing for the Color Blind

- Blog To ensure your website has maximum appeal you need to take into account users with color blindness, what design options are available? Color blindness is not as rare as public perception would indicate. In fact, 8% of Caucasian men (and 0.5% of all other groups) are affected with color blindness...

7 February 2014

What Does Your Logo Color Say About Your Company?

- Blog If you’re designing a new logo for your business or organisation, then you know how much agonizing there can be over the color. What can you learn from the big companies? When we examine the semiotic functions of color, we find ourselves in a whole new world of design possibilities....