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Posted by David Redmond on August 26, 2016

Mobile > Desktop

Ok so maybe that’s over egging it a touch but when looked at through the prism of traffic volumes arriving at your site, mobile visitors have been more numerous than their desktop counterparts for over a year now. Google themselves had this to say in May 2015. Here we are then, well over a year later…

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Posted by Dominic Lonsdale on August 15, 2016

Rebranding: the good, the bad & the ugly

When the time comes to rebrand and reposition your business, it’s vital to consider how the shift will impact your customers, peers and the wider audience. It’s a real opportunity to catapult a brand to the next level, making your business more accessible and success more likely. Success isn’t guaranteed though, so in this post…

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Posted by michael on August 11, 2016

Drop Down Navigation – 22 Inspiring Examples of Stylish Drop Down Menus

Over the years as a Front-end Developer and Designer, one of the most consistently bland elements I’ve witnessed on many sites has been the drop down navigation menu. Most of these haven’t been given any real consideration – they’re badly-designed and look like an afterthought or a bolt-on towards the end of the project. However, by…

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Posted by Anthony Mcloughlin on May 23, 2016

10 Interactive Content Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

We all know that the content you produce online should be useful, valuable, interesting or entertaining. However, content marketing is becoming less about the words you put on a page, and more about the experiences you create for the consumer. For this reason, more and more marketers are exploring interactive content, which can take many…

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Posted by David Redmond on March 3, 2016

Being clear on the hallmarks of a standout digital agency

In every town, city and suburb there is a ‘web agency’. In fact, there are probably 10 of them within a 3 mile radius of wherever you’re reading this from. Individuals and teams presenting themselves as the ideal solution to whatever business problem you have. That’s a lot of choice. There are far fewer though, that…

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Posted by Jordan Podda on February 24, 2016

10 Popular web technology trends for 2016

Website design and website development are ever-changing practices and one only has to be out of the game for a short time to become outdated. Such is their pace of change that it makes sense for those invested in ‘the web’ to familiarise themselves with upcoming trends that will likely shape web design and development…

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Posted by Liam on December 6, 2015

4 Quick Bullet Points for Your 2016 Marketing Agenda

As the clocks wind back and the cold nights draw in, the forward thinking among us look, well, forward. What follows is a quick summary of the trends you should be considering adding to your 2016 marketing planning agenda. 2015 has been an interesting year for most, the noise coming from the Governmental spin doctors…

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