It’s no secret that email signatures have a major impact in the world of email marketing. It’s also clear that they are one of the easiest ways to re-engage with your existing customers, without spending any (or very little) money. Successful businesses are using the untapped power of their email signatures because they know [...]
Are you currently running or looking at running a ecommerce store powered by WooCommerce? The team at WooCommerce have just released some very exciting news. Sometimes the best time to check your store isn’t the best time to be at your computer – on a train, in a corridor between meetings, on a beach. Enter [...]
Time and again, we hear of incidents involving identity theft, stealing of account passwords, installation of malware from the back-end of websites, and even ransomware. All of these security breaches have a certain means of attack in common, and that is social engineering – when you’re tricked into clicking on a link you’re not supposed to, [...]
Welcome to 2018! This is my first post of 2018. Apologies all, it has been an extremely busy start to the year. I thought I would start off the year by going through the most important metrics visible through your website's analytics tool. Analytics are one of the most important tools you can use [...]
Check out my guide to how much a website should cost in 2017. In this blog post I will go through pricing structures and packages that are typically used by most web designers.
Why Isn't Anyone Coming To My Website? These days, many people still believe that just because they have built a website, this will allow everyone to find it easily and interact with it and as a result, their traffic and conversions will increase. Unfortunately, this is just not the case anymore. A good [...]
These days, the cost of a website can range from $500 to $5,000+. But what justifies the cost of a website? As most businesses can’t afford to throw money around for no good reason, the appeal of the $500 offer is obvious. However, it’s important to remember that in the vast majority of instances, you get what you pay for.
Haven't you noticed screens are becoming progressively smaller as technology evolves. This evolution presents new design challenges for graphic and web designers. Gone are the days that we can design to fix sizes such as the old 640 x 480 resolutions or even fixed sized paper sizes. A good designer must be able to accommodate all different screen shapes and sizes while still achieving the same message.
Top 10 Free Fonts of 2017 We are off to a flying start in 2017. Can't believe its March already. This year we’re seeing a lot less in the way of calligraphic lettering and brush fonts compared to 2016, so far we have seen an increase in serifs. Bold weight sans-serifs seem pretty popular [...]
This Is How Nature Does It by Oleg Savchuk (United Kingdom) “THIS IS HOW NATURE DOES IT” is a NON-PROFIT project that was created to support the equality of LGBTQI people and remind everyone that a person’s sexual orientation is a fact of their nature and deserves equal treatment and rights and [...]