Technological developments and social behaviours continue to drive constant evolution of web design trends, so what’s in store for 2013?
2012 saw some exciting developments: Mobile browsing contributes to over 10% of online traffic (ref: NetMarketShare) consolidating the need for Responsive Design, which tailors the user’s web experience depending on the device they are using. Footers are fatter, and it’s OK to scroll.
Long pages are en vogue and easy to read on mobile devices. The old adage “a picture paints a thousand words” is never going to burn out, and infographics have enjoyed a starring role. HTML5 and CSS3 have caused a buzz with interactive web pages and responsive frameworks.
So what’s next? The fundamental truth of a website never changes … its purpose is to deliver opportunities and drive sales, so here’s our take on what will be important in the coming year. Read More
Using an innovative, bottom-up approach, ThinkVine replicates reality by creating a custom virtual marketplace where marketers can measure purchase behavior across consumer groups and by marketing activity.
Project Management and design for this project were provided by associate company, LEC Ltd. in Chicago. It was our job to incorporate this design into a fully-functional Joomla! website, utilising Joomla! version 2.5. The client is very happy with the result – a smooth, easy to navigate, content-rich experience.
See more about the new website here.
What is XeeMe? (Previously known as XeeSM)
Organise your social footprint
XeeMe is a great way to organize all of your social profiles in one place. If you are like me and have various accounts in many places, it’s sometimes hard to get at them quickly. Well, with XeeMe you can store them all in one convenient, structured system. One click and you are there. Read More
Many people are now writings blogs – we are all at it. Beauty Blogs, Mommy Blogs, Tech Blogs, News Blogs – too many to mention. However, it’s always helpful to find out how exactly we should be doing this. Some say just go with the flow and write how you like, what you like and how much you want, but sometimes this won’t get the post read – and we all want to be read, don’t we?
I don’t profess to be the expert. I am writing this post, not from my own tips, but showing you what I think are the most important tips that I have found, written by some brilliant bloggers. Read More
Your website is your storefront to the world. It’s how you reach millions of people across the globe with your product or service, without the need for them to travel to you. Your webpage needs to make a great first impression, because many visitors (for visitors read potential customers) will be put off by clicking further into your site if they aren’t suitably impressed with page one. Read More