Posts Tagged ‘web design’

Introduction to E-commerce

Posted on November 6th, 2013 by Ellen
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What exactly is “E-commerce”?

 

As a country the UK have bought and sold goods to other countries. This is called commerce. On a smaller scale, I think pretty much every adult in the country will at some point or other walked into a shop and bought something. This is also commerce. E-commerce is quite simply the act of buying and selling goods or services over a computer network, or more commonly over the Internet. (more…)

Developer Versus Designer

Posted on October 30th, 2013 by Ellen

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This post will look at the differences between a Web Developer and a Web Designer. You may not be aware, but each profession has a different skill set, although there are generally some overlaps. In a nutshell the developer will be more knowledgeable of programming languages that make a website and this makes them ideal for creating innovative websites, whereas as a Designer will be more interested in the way a website looks and are more visually creative. Lets look at the differences in detail: (more…)

Future Proof Your Website

Posted on October 16th, 2013 by Ellen

responsive web design

When you decide to purchase a new website, whether it’s for a new business, re-brand or just to improve the end user experience, you need to be looking at what the future holds for website design. This is not just about the site itself, but do you know how an end-user (which in most cases equals a potential customer) will access your site?

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The origins of web design

Posted on January 16th, 2013 by jonwrightway

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An original Cartoon from WrightWay digital – “The origins of web design”

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