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International Gutenberg Day


Nov 27, 2018

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International Gutenberg Day

WordPress’ new editor ‘Gutenberg’ takes to the streets today as part of WordPress 5.0 and all sites will see the new editor within the coming days. The release had been originally scheduled for Black Friday but common sense prevailed and … Continue reading

Why Expensive Design is Cheap and Cheap Design is Expensive


Jul 15, 2016

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Why Expensive Design is Cheap and Cheap Design is Expensive

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All too often I meet clients who have literally wasted money on a cheap design. If you’re in the market for a website then this article from Inspired Magazine with it’s ‘all too true’ provoking title is well worth a read, … Continue reading

Are You Getting Cheated When Buying A WordPress Theme? – Smashing Magazine


Nov 18, 2015

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Are You Getting Cheated When Buying A WordPress Theme? – Smashing Magazine

Premium WordPress themes are dominating the web development landscape and apparently offer webmasters a simpler and cheaper route to achieve a high end design; compared with a traditional bespoke theme build. Even large companies on big budgets have been known to opt for … Continue reading

Long scrolling, single-page sites, and infinitely scrolling sites are becoming more and more common lately, and it’s no mere trend or coincidence. Web design in general has been moving in this direction for years now, and the recent popularity of long scrolling is the decisive result of current functionality issues and user tastes.
Source: Why long scrolling sites have become awesome


Aug 20, 2015

Long scrolling, single-page sites, and infinitely scrolling sites are becoming more and more common lately, and it’s no mere trend or coincidence. Web design in general has been moving in this direction for years now, and the recent popularity of long scrolling is the decisive result of current functionality issues and user tastes.

Source: Why long scrolling sites have become awesome