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Designing for Mobile devices

Did you know that the first smartphone to access the internet was the Nokia 9000 way back in 1996[1]? Way back then we used something call WAP to access the internet, and to say it was difficult is an understatement! pages took a long time to download, and he payment plans back then meant that … Read more

Achieving Online Professionalism and Trustworthiness

The US Department of Labor describes professionalism as”…conducting oneself with responsibility, integrity, accountability, and excellence”. Trustworthiness, on the other hand, is a characteristic that inspires reliability, and is the foundation of any successful business relationship. When customers trust you, they feel confident in your ability to deliver on your promises and are more likely to … Read more

Cugino Homes

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Cugino Homes is a construction company based in Victoria. The owner of the company was born and raised on the island and was looking to marry the west coast feel, with the vibrant green in his logo. The site itself is pretty straightforward, except that the team pages and the project pages have both been … Read more

Hold your visitor’s attention with animation

In recent years there has been a rise in micro-animations using the facilities available within your browser. As browsers become more powerful, and uniform in how they display a page, it’s easier than ever to animate your page to keep your visitor’s attention.

Make your website work for you, not against you!

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I’m building a website for a tattoo artist, and looking around at the competition, I’ve found a large number of them with websites that are actively discouraging visitors from becoming customers. If you’re not getting the visitors you want, even though you are advertising your services on Google and Facebook, maybe your site is to blame.