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What a piece of string under my utility room cupboard told me about design

Ok, strange title. But it grabbed your attention right? I was making glitter Christmas tree cards with my daughter yesterday and afterwards hung the cards on a clothes line we have in the garage to dry – and this got … Continue reading

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Time to drop IE8?

The announcement Microsoft made last month around only supporting the latest version of IE available for a supported operating system from January 2016 led to a plethora of excited ” Woop woops” from some developers and commentators across our industry. … Continue reading

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Test everything twice – then test it again !

Test everything ! That’s always and will continue to be a popular mantra of mine. And it’s still as true today as it ever was. A  recent project I’ve been working on involved building a responsive form for a client. … Continue reading

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M & S Banking

Am loving the new M & S Banking site. It’s light and simple, uses great imagery, and has all the content in one page which is labour (finger ! ) saving. The reward programme seems good although I could do … Continue reading

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Extendable navigation buttons

Quick note for future reference from the Nike site – I quite often use this site as inspiration and this is one I’ll keep in the locker for when I need it.  They have a clever button which extends to a … Continue reading

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It’s all too much

There’s clever things web developers can can do website design these days to enable hard pressed marketeers to pack a lot of  content on to one homepage whilst making it appear (initially) uncluttered. I’ve seen it done well but I’ve … Continue reading

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Tesco Cars.com – from mouse to your house in 4 simple steps

I have to say the latest Tesco Cars venture seems a neat idea and the website is pretty good too. This website sells second-hand cars directly from bank, lease and fleet companies meaning good savings for buyers. There’s a well … Continue reading

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