This article is part of our Website Design 101 series that has been written to provide an insight into some of the considerations we go through as website designers and developers. Our knowledge base comes from both a background in teaching web design at university level and almost 20 years experience in designing and developing […]
This post is the third in a series documenting how we have worked to increase our own search engine position for our most relevant key phrase. Due to having just a holding page online for an extended period, without any real content our site lost it’s relatively high ranking for “web design Brisbane”.
At the time […]
The popularity of WordPress in recent years has sparked an industry of its own in the designing and developing of WordPress themes. Some designers are making a living selling WordPress themes online through several key marketplaces. While these themes can be useful for some websites, they can also be responsible for some fundamental errors that […]
A number of years ago I taught website design at a local university to photography students. For the most part they were simply interested in showcasing their images, separated into different portfolio categories with little text content. The thinking was that the images should communicate the relevant information to the visitor. Fundamentally, that message was: my […]
How to choose a website designer in 2015
We wrote an article about choosing a website designer around 5 years ago and have decided to give it a complete re-write. The way in which website design has changed and the expectations that you may have as a client have altered during this period especially as the […]