Category: Responsive Website Design

Google Mobile Friendly Website Test

My new website passes Googles ‘mobile-friendly’ test. Every single website I produce passes the Google mobile-friendly test and scores 100% on the Google mobile user experience test. What does this mean and how does it affect my website? Google rolled out an update to mobile search results in May 2016 that “increases the effect” of… Read more »

User Experience – An Understanding, A Philosophy

User Experience (UX) isn’t a product or a service, it’s an understanding and a philosophy. I don’t like the term ‘user’ if I’m honest, and I prefer to replace it with the word ‘people’. It’s actually all about peoples experiences. Peoples experience is driven by peoples ever-changing behaviours and expectations, and it’s applicable to everything… Read more »

What is Responsive Web Design?

In a nutshell, responsive website design and development is the process used to create a website that responds to the size of the screen that it is being viewed on. This means that one website is created, that can be viewed clearly on smaller mobile phones and large screen TVs, as well as anything in… Read more »

The importance of a good 404 page

What is a 404 page? For those of you who don’t know, and in an ideal world, you wouldn’t, I will give you a brief insight into what a 404 page is. A 404 page is what sometimes gets presented to a website visitor when the page they’re visiting doesn’t exist. They might not exist… Read more »