Why build a responsive website?
One of the most popular trends in website design and development at the moment is the move to Responsive Design. Building a responsive website means the layout automatically changes and re-sizes to fit the screen that it is viewed on, i.e., it responds
Want to see what your site looks like to your customers?
Following up on our recent article on how important it is to Optimise Your Site For Mobile, we're pretty sure you're getting the message that: if your website isn't already optimised for mobile, YOU ARE MISSING OUT.
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AUSSIE COMPANIES! IS YOUR WEBSITE OPTIMISED FOR SMARTPHONES? NO, THEN YOU'RE MISSING A HUGE OPPORTUNITY...
Retailers, how not to miss out on 40% of your audience this Christmas
You wouldn't refuse entry to 40% of your customers, would you?
The rise and rise of online shopping!
When we build e-commerce websites, we have one primary goal in mind: make it as easy for your customer to buy as is humanly (or digitally) possible. Regardless of which camp of the online retail debate you're seated, online shopping is here to stay....
Responsive EDM design – Email + Landing Page
Getting your email newsletter to display optimally on mobile devices is just as important as ensuring it can be read in long-standing email clients like Outlook and Gmail
Responsive Web Design: Pros & Cons
Responsive Web Design essentially means that your website will adjust itself according to the screen size it's being displayed on. As a result, users across a wide range of devices (smartphones/tablets) and normal web browsers will have
Worldwide Smartphone Figures out today
Gartner's figures for worldwide smartphone unit sales and market share in the first quarter of 2012, by operating system were released today, with Android and Apple dominating with nearly 80% of the worldwide market combined.