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  • Is too Much Time focused on ‘New Trends’ in Web Design? | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    are a couple of factors that are really crucial to the conversion rates and the user response One of them is loading time even the skilled veterans can make the mistake of losing focus of the loading time Just a couple of seconds can induce consumers to abandon the website and the reason could be the cutting edge design In fact reports show that 30 of consumers will click away after only 5 seconds of loading time The speed of your site pages can be determined by a site speed test and there are many to choose from on the internet Once you have this information there are a number of tactics you can implement to speed up the loading time and it usually involves simplifying the cutting edge design Many web designers tend to forget there are still many of our more senior users that get confused when it comes to using the internet If the site is designed mainly to be appreciated by other designers profits could be lost Designers need to be aware that conventions are essential for the novice user A search bar staying at the top right hand side of the screen clear and easy to follow navigation and a consistent UI system that is easily identified To create a good working website you should start with a structure that will attract your audience and have the usability for them New trends in web design will always be important to the web designer and so they should be but just be cautious not to get to caught up with the latest trends which may distract your focus from the audience No Comments Read More Tweet Search for Recent Posts Our Predictions for the Biggest Web Design Trends in 2016 What Are Landing Pages and When

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/is-too-much-time-focused-on-new-trends-in-web-design/ (2016-02-13)
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  • new-trends | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 Click to Contact Us today or call on 01604 790007 during office hours What s wrong with your website Get your website audit today Your websites strengths and weaknesses SEO speed compliance and

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/is-too-much-time-focused-on-new-trends-in-web-design/attachment/new-trends/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Digital colour mixing for website design | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    school and they are red green and blue It sounds quite simple just mixing red green and blue to achieve various shades and tints but it takes a lot of practice before you begin to understand what colours you can create Colour is a very important aspect of the website design and where some people love a particular set of colours others will hate it However there are many colour mixing tools available on the Web that can help you to understanding the principles of digital colour mixing in the additive colour model Choosing the colour theme effectively for your website is highly relevant to the success of the design Using psychology and symbolism is still much argued about whether it is really any use when the designer is choosing the colour scheme red for danger and green for safety and so on However there is no denying it we still do associate certain colours with different feelings genders opulence youthfulness etc Choosing your colour theme should maybe start with your targeted audience bearing in mind the cultural environment making different colour perceptions and the demographics of your targeted audience Using three primary colours tends to result in a more satisfactory outcome although using more than three colours can work but less is more as the saying goes and colour like most things is best used in moderation A popular approach to an effective colour scheme is when a single anchor colour is chosen and any other colours are all shades or tints of that single colour The different shades and tints of the base colour will provide different tones to the design colour No Comments Read More Tweet Search for Recent Posts Our Predictions for the Biggest Web Design Trends in 2016 What Are Landing Pages and When Should

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/digital-colour-mixing-for-website-design/ (2016-02-13)
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  • colour-mixing | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 Click to Contact Us today or call on 01604 790007 during office hours What s wrong with your website Get your website audit today Your websites strengths and weaknesses SEO speed compliance and

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/digital-colour-mixing-for-website-design/attachment/colour-mixing-2/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Emotional design: moving from left to right | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    not easy However focussing more so on the right hand side of the screen can help build such a relationship It is believed 90 of the population is right handed and owing to that it is safe to assume that most people trust information placed to the right of a web page It s hardwired Although it is equally true that the 10 of us who are left handed will trust the opposite side of the page focussing on the majority by pushing the most important content to the right and gradually pulling back as you head to the left isn t an exercise in discrimination you re simply catering for the wider user base Don t feel bad about it This isn t a new concept In fact and like so many things in web design the idea of designing to the right comes from the age of newspaper and print design The Gutenberg Diagram is essentially a 2 2 grid with each cell labeled 1 4 horizontally The top left is known as the primary optical area this is where the intro copy should reside The bottom right is the terminal area The top right is the strong fallow area the bottom left the weak fallow area It is suggested that information within the latter two is most often disregarded The terminal area on the other hand is where you want to put information in order to gain the best result In web design that s likely to be your call to action CTA When you design your next website or single webpage bear in mind the Gutenberg Diagram Place things where they feel naturally right don t be led by common consensus No Comments Read More Tweet Search for Recent Posts Our Predictions for the Biggest Web

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/emotional-design-moving-from-left-to-right/ (2016-02-13)
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  • The basics of web typography | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    to further define them the latter doesn t People will tell you sans serif works better on the web because once you start cranking down the font size detail gets lost That s a flawed argument however because now we know that we don t read individual letters Thus both types of typography work just as well Georgia and Sabon are great web fonts and are both serifs What about the typographical scale The scale was developed in the 16th century and runs as so 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 18 21 24 36 48 60 72 It is still used in modern day design applications and refers basically to a standardised sizing of fonts However there can be variances in the sizes with different fonts you ve probably noticed this when using word processing applications therefore it isn t a rule you should live by By and large if it looks right it probably is Don t worry too much about the numbers Testing with multiple fonts We d always advise against this The time to get your font right is at the start of the design process Pick one and stick with it Build your site around it If you find yourself changing fonts throughout the process or once the site is fully designed you ll likely have to start all over again Should I use free fonts An easy answer this If it looks right use it Don t worry about whether or not the font was free or paid for What matters is how it communicates your central message If it does the job then the price you pay is irrelevant and all the better if it s 0 No Comments Read More Tweet Search for Recent Posts Our Predictions for the

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/the-basics-of-web-typography/ (2016-02-13)
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  • web-typography | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 Click to Contact Us today or call on 01604 790007 during office hours What s wrong with your website Get your website audit today Your websites strengths and weaknesses SEO speed compliance and

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/the-basics-of-web-typography/attachment/web-typography/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Using Google Analytics to assist with responsive web design | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    to a wealth of data about your visitors and just how well the website is performing Today we ll cover three of the essential tools Analytics offers to assist in responsive web design Overview In Audience Mobile Overview you ll see visits to your website divided by desktop tablet and smartphone It s a great way of gaining a bird s eye view of these stats you ll instantly see just how many people are using mobile devices when viewing your content This will help you make some bold decisions about just how responsive you make need to make your website Devices In Audience Mobile Devices you ll see detailed stats on visits by device type It s pretty descriptive too you ll see iPhones Samsung Galaxys and likely all manner of other handheld devices listed These details may help you pinpoint usability issues with particular phones or specific operating systems such as Apple s iOS However Browser and operating system In Audience Technology Browser OS you ll see exactly which web browsers and operating system combinations are being used to access your website This will show you two things 1 how important cross browser compatibility is for you and 2 just how far you need to go back in terms of backwards compatibility If you find a significant number of visitors are using version 8 of Internet Explorer for example you may want to simplify things not an easy task but the results here will very much depend on the industry and country within which you operate No Comments Read More Tweet Search for Recent Posts Our Predictions for the Biggest Web Design Trends in 2016 What Are Landing Pages and When Should You Use Them Should All Websites Be Designed Primarily for Mobile 8 Hottest New Design Trends

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/using-google-analytics-to-assist-with-responsive-web-design/ (2016-02-13)
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