19 July 2012, 11:53
As the tools and systems we use on the internet are getting increasingly powerful. Seen in many sectors, such as Google’s increasingly powerful online browser based office tools; Google Docs (about to become fully integrated into Google Drive). These tools allow you to open and edit Word files in your browser on any computer, tablet or smartphone, anywhere.
22 May 2012, 10:56
There’s a deadline looming. A pretty big one in the online world. One you may or may not be aware of?
In the internet circles I swim, you’d think the world is about to end.
16 May 2012, 09:24
This job title got me thinking about websites.
Mainly how cross you’d be a a business if your website was as wasteful as these non jobs seem.
4 May 2012, 08:01
If you’re in the UK, you can’t avoid “The Bard” at the minute, that is if you read, listen to the radio or watch telly.
He’s dead of course, but were he not, he’d be 448 and I guess he would be some kind of medical guinea pig to see why he lasted so long!
14 February 2012, 10:04
It’s a shame but websites aren’t like WayneStock.
WayneStock was the fictional music festival of one of my favorite 90’s films, Wanyes World 2 (childish I know). At one point during the festival setup, Wayne gets disheartened that no artists will attend, the spirit of Jim Morrison arrives to reassure him saying “If you book them, they will come.” It’s a homage to the film Field of Dreams “If you build it, he will come” (not one of my favorite films).
22 November 2011, 14:56
I always describe web site SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) as a black art. There are plenty of ‘wizards’ out there offering magic to get your site to number 1, but there’s rarely any guarantee to success. In reality what you need to do is put in some time and effort into making your site super friendly to Google.
Here are my top tips of things you can check to make sure your web site is in tip top condition for Google.
10 November 2011, 15:43
One aspect of web design that I always encounter when discussing sites with customers is the tricky area of promoting their site. Often a client assumes that once they have employed a designer to create a site (or perhaps set one up themselves) then the internet will do the rest.
This can be a very dangerous beleif for any small business. It could mean that the company has as good as wasted a large chunk of the cost of the site.
8 November 2011, 10:03
Recently I’ve been trying to expand my Twitter network to include more local businesses, for a couple of reasons but mainly because if I’m going to move my contacts from online to offline, local businesses are the most likely candidates. I can visit their stores and take advantage of their offers as well as share local experiences and news.
As a result I’ve been visiting the web sites of some of these local businesses.
24 October 2011, 17:28
It’s the top request from clients I speak to regarding their web site. Most of whom are small businesses who are confident that the internet is a place where they want to promote themselves, but often they find that their web site isn’t doing what they’d like it to.
As a little food for thought, here are 5 things you do to get more customers…
22 September 2011, 14:30
12 September 2011, 17:00
If good web site design is useful then your web sites must offer something of use to your visitors. Our widget shop was being useful to people looking for the opening times of the store, that’s great and they will swing by to check and possibly come in to your store. If you have a bricks and mortar shop, then opening time are a no-brainer. But if your looking to tempt visitors who don’t know they are looking for your shop, then you need to offer some more general information on the product or service you offer.
21 June 2011, 10:47
East Midlands School of Motoring,(EMSOM) a well established Derby driving school.
Owner Dave and colleague Geoff were looking for a presence on the web to direct potential students to but also a modern looking first impression for internet users.
The brief was small, to design a 1 page site, but the client was open to suggestion on how it would look, having no existing brand identity to work with.
Sincerely enjoyed working with Kieran.
From start to finish we received nothing but professional and quality customer service. I never once had to chase anything up! The end product was a set of logos that we really love and that met the brief provided.
Kieran was not the cheapest designer out there but there is definitely a high level of quality and service, you get what you pay for!
I unreservedly recommend his services to anyone in need of a talented professional graphic designer! Thanks again Kieran, look forward to working with you again in future!
Mo, In The Bun LTD, Director
Mo Khan - In the Bun
A logo could cost anywhere from nothing to a six-figure sum and over!
You’re not here to be given a huge ballpark figure, so, along with an idea to be more succinct and direct, logo design starts from £500.
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