‘Design’

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Should designers and clients still be obsessing over the idea of ‘the fold’ in web design? With the exception of certain situations, I believe not. Here‘s why.

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Filed in? Design

A fair bit of what is required to achieve decent search engine rankings can be done simply via the basic premise, design and upkeep of the site. This is sometimes called Organic SEO, and here are my tips for getting it to work for you.

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Filed in? Business, Code, Design

Every day design clients the world over receive finished, printed materials and cannot understand why the colours do not look precisely like the artwork that they approved from the comfort and convenience of their computer screen.
Well, here’s why.

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Filed in? Design, Print

RGBA colour can help you lay out your web page, identify overlapping elements and see where your CSS or box model implementation has maybe gone a bit wonky. Here’s how.

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Filed in? Code, Design, Sites

The debate over the ‘best’ width for a web site site design resurfaces periodically, usually fed by the latest batch of computer monitors. It’s largely bunk, and here’s why.

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Filed in? Code, Design, Sites

Innovative water bottle-and-fountain system addresses the problem of plastic bottle wastage without neglecting the commercial side. And it looks great too.

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Filed in? Design, Technology

Here is the full, unedited text of the Q&A that led to Shark Attack’s record sleeve design work being featured in MacUser last year.

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Filed in? Design, Record sleeves, Studio

Dynamite VSP and Dynamite SIM for Autodesk are about to be updated by their developer, 3am Solutions Ltd.

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Filed in? Design, Projects

Google analytics is a wonderful, invaluable tool for any webmaster. The basics are well known, but there are hidden gems to be unearthed, such as Custom Reporting.

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Filed in? Business, Design, Sites, Studio, Technology

About a year ago we revamped this site; it was intended as a short term holding position until we found the time to upgrade the design to a blog-based format. Much later than anticipated, we finally got there.

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Filed in? Design, ExpressionEngine, Sites, Studio

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