Quality Content Holds Fast in March Core Update

Quality holds fast in Google March 2024 core update

One thing we will not have to be reporting to our clients when we write their March marketing reviews next week is any adverse effects of the Google 5th March Update. Why not? Because it hasn’t affected any of our customers. And again, why not? Because informative, quality content was not the target of the […]

Why Websites Need Technical SEO

Why websites need technical SEO

Websites are complex things. From the DNS (Domain Name Server) to the CMS (Content Management System) there are myriad sophisticated systems that all work in harmony with each other. However, like many things, from bicycles to cars and houses – if they’re not maintained properly, they can cause issues or suffer from suboptimal performance. Keeping […]

How to Build SEO-Friendly Websites

How to build SEO-friendly websites

Our first reaction, as a B2B website design and digital marketing company, is to say ask your local web designer. If you want your website to perform well in the search engines, then it would be natural to say look for a local SEO agency. However, we’ve often found that design and SEO are mutually […]

5 Steps to Refresh Your Website and Stay Ahead in 2024

5 steps to refresh your website and stay ahead in 2024

Spring is in the air and whilst most people think of spring cleaning their homes, we’re thinking about what’s closest to our hearts as a digital agency – spring cleaning websites. Just like in the analogue world, digital is no different, and websites always need a tidy up. Redesigning a website may not be immediately […]

Is Accessibility Still Relevant in Web Design?

Accessibility and web design - more relevant than ever before in 2024

Back in 1998 building an accessible website was very different from how it’s done today. You’d open your copy of Notepad, edit the raw Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), save that HTML file, FTP it up to your server, and then test the URL using the W3C tools and presto! You had an accessible web […]

Website Redesign Considerations

Considerations when redesigning your website.

Every website needs to be redesigned at some point. Whether it’s a minor redesign, to simply freshen up a well-built but aging site (Which doesn’t take too long these days), or a full-on ground-up rebuild (Which takes a little longer to do it right), website redesign is an absolute necessity. There are many reasons why […]

Traditional Terms Still Used in the Digital World

We were discussing in the design studio how a lot of the work we do in digital today has its roots in much older traditions. These “old school” words, terms, and concepts have stood the test of time and are still in use in the twenty-first century. So, let’s have a quick look at the […]

Happy Birthday, Apple Macintosh

Happy birthday Apple Macintosh, 40 years old today

On this day in 1984 the Apple Macintosh launched. During Super Bowl XVIII, a dystopian ad, based on George Orwell’s 1984, and directed by Ridley Scott, director of the films Alien and Bladerunner, aired for 60 seconds. The dark stage of the TV ad featured grey monotonous people filing in to watch a huge screening […]

Digital Brochures Reduce Carbon for ESG and B Corps

Reduce carbon with digital brochures for ESG and B Corps.

Talking with one of our clients this week we were delighted to discuss their commitment to reduce carbon with digital brochures. Being an incredibly traditional business (Over 250 years old), they’d always used printed brochures, and with great success. However, their new leadership team are now modernising the firm. The reasoning behind their increasing transition […]

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