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I get my fair share of spam to my inbox like most people in business. Even though I offer web design and SEO services myself, it doesn’t stop the spam flowing from parties in India promising 1st page of Google. I can understand a wild stab at scatter marketing this way, but when they follow […]

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If you’ve read my earlier post, you’ll now know a little bit more about ‘responsive’ web design, and catering for mobile devices. ‘Going mobile’ might not suit every type of site – if your site is particularly content and navigation heavy, you might not consider the upgrade. I don’t think every website has to be […]

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Recently revamped education sector website MHFE was recently launched, after my work redesigning the front-end of the site. I was tasked with taking the existing Drupal driven website and through html and CSS reworking the design. The original website sat on a black background and was very over bearing – and certainly one of the […]

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‘Responsive design’ is a relatively new phrase being banded about the web world these days. What does it mean? When I first heard the phrase at a web conference in Nottingham a few years ago, I thought it meant the content displayed was tailored to the user looking at the site – it somehow reacted […]

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One of my very first clients who works in the building conversation business was good enough to recommend my services to one of his colleagues.

I’ve never met Robin, or been to their quite wonderful looking premises, but it stood out as a project I’d love to get involved in.

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Having established the new identity for psbweb, I wanted to show it off as much as possible away from the screen.

I had done some design work for a specialist business card printer, and arranged to have some new cards printed on frosted transparent plastic.

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