Beginning today, Microsoft will discontinue technical support and security updates for older versions of its web browser Internet Explorer.Read More
Helping those with mobile-friendly design, hurting those who don’t – Google launch their new algorithm.Read More
As 2014 draws to a close, the digital strategists and web technology experts at 4mation have put together their list of the top four online trends that business owners and digital marketing professionals need to plan for in the year ahead.Read More
Have you ever opened an email on your mobile device and immediately noticed how frustrating it is to view its contents? Often just to be able to read the text requires much zooming and scrolling—if your current email newsletter templates require your customers to do this, the frustration they experience could potentially be costingRead More
Our Creative team have been responsible for our internal training sessions in recent weeks and have just finished running a two-part training program on responsive design. Part One covered “The Theory and Concept Behind Responsive Web Design”. Part 2 was much more practical with a presentation on “How to Implement a Responsive Design”.Read More
Does your website have a great design and good content, but poor performance? Do you feel like there must be something more you can do to improve engagement with your site and increase conversions?
If so, it may be worth looking at the use of icons on your site.
Icons have always been present
Sometimes you need to communicate a lot of statistical information to get your point across, however giving someone a large slab of text full of facts and figures is often the quickest way to put them to sleep! So how do you get your message across in an interesting and efficient way without drivingRead More
Responsive design is a term or phrase you will often hear in the web design world, but what does it mean? Have you ever tried to view a full size website on your mobile device? While the site usually works, reading text and viewing images probably doesn’t work that well. Everything is too small,Read More
The World Wide Web has become an essential resource for accessing and sharing information, and interacting with other people on a variety of different levels. But for people with disabilities, as well as aging populations, people situated in remote areas and people with temporary injuries, it can be challenging to use the Web.Read More
Since the Apple-inspired demise of the flash website, the web design community has kept abreast of the smartphone revolution and adapted their designs accordingly. Sites that once emphasised flashy, animated graphics and layouts are now being stripped back to their essence in favour of accessible, efficient and informational designs.Read More