- Pinterest Analytics paves way for more business marketing facilities
- Google Glass – the future or what?
- The Mobile web is here and it’s not going away
- HTML5 – When will it take over the web development world?
- Will 2013 be The Year of Responsive Design?
- Email Marketing Benchmarking by MailChimp
- Why Danny Sullivan hates SEO!
- Responsive Web Design – Data Disaster highlights its value
- Social Media research confirms marketing/ consumer conflict
- 3Rs and 2Qs of Local Reviews and Reputation
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Category Archives: Web Design
HTML5 like Responsive Design is a hot topic HTML5, the new Web standard, has generated debate and discussion and shouldn’t be too surprising as Internet technologies have changed considerably since the late ’90s. A 2012 Kendo UI survey, “HTML5 Adoption Fact or Fiction: Developers Wade Through the Hype,” asked developers – those who are working directly with and are closest … Continue reading
2013 – Year of Responsive Design 2013 – Year of the Mobile They are not either/or predictions or indeed mutually exclusive! They are 2 sides of the same coin! With the continuing growth of mobile usage, be it smartphones or tablets, it is the expectation of users demanding a unified and consistent experience across all the devices they have and … Continue reading
Mobile Local Search is growing exponentially & needs responsive web design Google recently estimated that 50% of Mobile Search is Local Search based and all the indications are that it may even be higher but one thing is certain, it will continue to increase as more a more tablets and smartphones get used. Responsive web design for Mobile browsing Despite this … Continue reading
A Responsive Design - Why do you need it? As more web-enabled devices are launched people are viewing the internet on a variety of different mobile devices with different screen sizes and screen resolution. As a result responsive design is set to become more important as the range of connected devices increases. New future-proofing technology for your web site As smartphones, tablets and … Continue reading
To redesign or not to redesign that is the question! No it’s not! The most important question to ask is why you think you need to have a redesign in the first place. I’m not saying that websites shouldn’t be the subject of a full redesign, if really necessary, but sometimes when the question is answered it turns out that … Continue reading
How will Schema impact on SEO? On 9 June 2011, it was announced that the web’s leading search engines, Google, Yahoo and Bing, are giving their support to what appears to be a significant update to the way they will be indexing content apparently starting now and in the future. The announcement doesn’t appear to have received any great coverage … Continue reading