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  • Creating a good web design brief | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    you re looking for Content What content do you want to include on your site Think about the information you ll need to include and think about any ideas you might have for how you would like the content to be portrayed For example do you know how you might want to categorise the content or break it down into menus Branding Websites tend to be used for promotional purposes so your site will need to be recognisable as yours If you have any branding material that you would like included in your site such as logos or graphics it s useful if you can let your designers know about this so they can build them into the designer What you don t want Sometimes a few words to let your designer know what you really don t want for your site can be very informative and helpful Budget We tend not to like talking about money but when it comes to web design it s important to know what you can afford to spend and what you are able to get for your money This way everyone will be on the same page and you should hopefully get the best possible results based on your brief 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 for Your Website Is Your Website Costing You Money Archives December 2015 November 2015 October 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

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/creating-a-good-web-design-brief/ (2016-02-13)
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  • How much content do you have above the fold? | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    the fold by ads Arguably it s the ads that are more important to focus on as we know that web users tend not to like being bombarded with ads when they re browsing the internet This doesn t necessarily mean you have to get rid of all the ads on your website but it does mean you need to be careful with where you put them Filling up the above the fold section of your site with ads is not only frustrating for web users but it could also end up getting you penalised in the search results thanks to an algorithm change made by Google earlier this year Of course making sure you ve got great content above the fold of your site isn t always the easiest issue as the location of the fold can differ between devices it might not be in the same place on a laptop as it is on a smartphone for instance However this is still an important issue to consider and it just goes to show how important it is to make sure we fill our sites with high quality interesting content and do everything we can to create a top user experience at all times 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 for Your Website Is Your Website Costing You Money Archives December 2015 November 2015 October 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

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/how-much-content-do-you-have-above-the-fold/ (2016-02-13)
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  • The Potential Impact …. of the Company Logo! | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    not to confuse the public so keep the design simple You should aim your logo design to be applicable to all the sections of your business not just your website so flexibility is important Colours effects and uniqueness are vitally important to impress the public and thus impressed will dwell on the image for a few moments We are all familiar with the logo s that represent companies like McDonald Tesco Nike etc and that is the effect you should aim for with your logo Which brings me to the point of explaining why a logo should be long lasting You may just be starting out or a small but growing business if your business is successful you want your logo to be long lasting hence the research into the company s future goals Having to change the company logo further down the line could have a very negative effect on your brand so getting that logo right is all too important There are millions of companies with millions of logos many of them are designed relating to the different industries in the design and the name of the company Your logo should inform the public your field of business whether it s a fun company or a high tech cutting edge company Choosing a short name for your business increases the chance of it being remembered easily Company logos are part of our everyday life they surround us in physical and digital space They portray a visual identity to all types of businesses and organizations using a silent image of shapes colours and typography many of us unaware of the deep thought and artistic creativity that results in a logo that could become recognised word wide Your company logo is a symbol a sign a trademark or a badge

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/the-potential-impact-of-the-company-logo/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Does Your Website Need Redesigning? | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    dramatically since its inception and modern Internet users expect more from the websites they visit Websites that still use frames visitor counters and intro pages may once have been cutting edge but now only indicate a company that refuses to move with the times Your Visitors Can t Find What They Need Have you ever had phone calls from customers asking for basic information like When do you open or Where are your offices based If so it could be a sign your website needs to be redesigned The answers to your customers most common questions should be included in your site and they should be easy to find If your customers can t find the information they need within 3 clicks it s likely that they will use a different company Your Site Doesn t Look Good On Smartphones and Tablets It s becoming increasingly common for Internet users to access websites on smartphones and tablets This can be a very different experience to accessing a site on a computer Make sure that your website looks clear on a smaller screen and is simple to navigate with a touchscreen You could even consider building a dedicated mobile site Also avoid using Flash as it is not supported on Apple s mobile devices 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 for Your Website Is Your Website Costing You Money Archives December 2015 November 2015 October 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

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/does-your-website-need-redesigning/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Cookie law update: implied consent | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    rules on the consent required in order to place cookies on someone s computer The Information Commissioner s Office ICO has now updated the rule to allow implied consent Put simply providing your website tells its visitors clearly that cookies will be used and they then go on to use the site that should be enough to confirm their consent There is no reason your website s design or number of visits should suffer because of the cookie law Implied consent can help tremendously as can unobtrusive implementations of the acceptance forms The ICO has been quick to point out that implied consent isn t a free ticket to simply do nothing about the law If you want your website to use cookies you still have to follow a few guidelines Clearly inform the visitors that the cookies are there Explain what the cookies do Obtain their consent implied or gained via an acceptance form Of course there are exceptions to every rule and it s important to stress again that implied consent may not be enough We whole heartedly agree with the ICO s three step approach to the cookie law 1 Audit your site first to work out what cookies it uses if any and the type you may even find use of obsolete cookies which can be removed 2 Assess how intrusive those cookies are are they storing user preferences login details or monitoring their browsing habits or are they simply there for analytics purposes 3 Decide on a solution to obtain consent when you need it If you re at all confused by the law or need some advice in house media would be happy to help Please do not hesitate to get in touch No Comments Read More Tweet Search for Recent Posts Our Predictions

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/cookie-law-update-implied-consent/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Responsive web design – the next big thing? | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    mobiles and tablets rather than having to develop a specific site for each one The site displays across different devices so that it is readable and attractive It also has some benefits for SEO It used to be that if you created a slightly different site for a range of devices to make sure it displayed properly you would have to optimise each one separately However with responsive web design it doesn t matter how someone is viewing your website the pages will have the same URLs on the tablet site as they do on the desktop one This means you can also get more useful data out of things such as your Google Analytics report and social media sharing statistics as the information will be consolidated across devices rather than being fragmented Responsive web design also means that if you make an update to a site you only have to do it once rather than for each individual version Responsive web design can be created using the standard CSS and HTML techniques so with all of these benefits and the endorsement from Google now is definitely a good time to start finding out more about it and how it could help your website 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 for Your Website Is Your Website Costing You Money Archives December 2015 November 2015 October 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

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/responsive-web-design-the-next-big-thing/ (2016-02-13)
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  • web design northampton - in.house.media news blog | Check here for the latest industry related news from in.house.media. - Part 24
    left to their own devices by their owners who after a period of time begin to wonder why their website is no longer performing as well as it once did Making a website live then forgetting about it isn t an option if you want to remain competitive websites need periodic reviews to identify the areas that require attention and a website audit will do just that more No Comments Read More Tweet Web Design Favicons Small but Useful This was posted by John Sheridan on April 7th 2012 Favicons have been around for quite some time now and used by many websites as an instant source of recognition for visitors and although only measuring a diminutive 16pixels x 16pixels they can actually play a useful role in building a brand more No Comments Read More Tweet Get the Right Balance Don t Overdo Website Images This was posted by John Sheridan on March 31st 2012 With the millions of websites that make up the internet customers are certainly not short of choices when it comes to deciding which company to spend their money with and apart from price another area that influences their choice is the visual appeal of a website and its images in particular more No Comments Read More Tweet CMS Be in Control Of Your Website Content This was posted by John Sheridan on March 31st 2012 Content management systems have become increasingly popular over recent years as more and more businesses discover just how powerful and versatile they are in addition to enjoying the benefits of being in control of their online content Before CMS websites were often updated by their designers but those changes weren t always carried out as quickly as site owners would have liked more No Comments Read More Tweet EU

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/page/24/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Make Your Shipping and Postal Charges Clear and Visible | web design northampton - in.house.media news blog
    t find what shipping or postage charges will add to the total cost of their purchases Given the economic climate consumers are understandably exercising tighter control over their money and making every penny count so when shipping and postage costs are not made clear before they reach the checkout they obviously come as an unwelcome surprise and according to a Forrester report leads to 20 percent cart abandonment something businesses can t afford at any other time of year let alone the lucrative potential at Christmas What should be an easy and straightforward process is sometimes made hard because of unclear pricing options regarding shipping costs and whilst some sites do make their shipping and postage charges clear from the outset there are others that don t reveal those costs until just before the checkout In most cases shipping and postage costs are obviously unavoidable and although buyers realise this they need to know what they are sooner rather than later as many may have to adjust their budgets accordingly so to take a share of the potential 7 5 billion pot this festive season website owners should take a look at their shopping carts to ensure that they make buyers fully aware of shipping and postage charges well before they reach the checkout Until next time 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 for Your Website Is Your Website Costing You Money Archives December 2015 November 2015 October 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

    Original URL path: https://www.ihm.co.uk/blog/news/make-your-shipping-and-postal-charges-clear-and-visible/ (2016-02-13)
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