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Unnecessary Barriers that Stop Shoppers Buying from Your Website
3 July 2014
Shoppers want to buy from your site - they don't want to register to your site. They also want to know how they can pay for their items before the checkout process begins. This video looks at two bi...more info>>>

Examples of Unhelpful and Helpful Website Banners
30 June 2014
Here's a video on how to make the most of your website's banner:- ...more info>>>

New submenu feature coming to Puresilva soon
18 April 2014
Here's a sneak preview >> The new feature will allow you to create category lists, dynamic category lists, blog lists, and custom submenu lists (basically anything you want) - you can ima...more info>>>

Web Design Is Dictated By How People Actually Use a Site
21 November 2011
I've used this cliché more than once, but it's worth repeating - ask 10 people their opinion on a particular website - in terms of design - and you'll get back 11 opinions. First off, people ofte...more info>>>

Even Microsoft Want People to Stop Using IE6
5 March 2011
An interesting site here: ie6countdown.com - it is encouraging people to upgrade from IE6 to a more modern browser. The interesting thing about this site is that it's Microsoft who have published thi...more info>>>

Optimal Web Design
14 May 2009
Probably the most contentious issue I face with web development is aesthetics : the "look and feel" of a website. Ask 10 people what's a good colour scheme, layout, font etc and you'll get back 11 op...more info>>>

Web extremism versus the holistic approach
12 January 2007
A good online business plan can still fail from poor web design / hosting. When considering which web design company to choose, you should play 'web design bingo' - we consider a 'full house' to be w...more info>>>

Visited and non-visited links should be different colours
10 January 2007
It's a good idea to colour-code the links on your website so your visitors know which links they've already clicked on. This might sound like the most obvious thing in the world, but it's a usability...more info>>>