Topic: Website Development

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    The Convergence of Websites and Apps

    We know that more than half of all web traffic occurs on mobile devices now. With the growth of mobile browsing, comes the rise of native apps. Native apps are applications specifically developed for a particular platform (Android, iOS, Microsoft, etc) and takes advantage of the features of that platform. They usually result in greater…

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    8 Optimisation Tips for the Mobile Web

    Now that the majority of web traffic comes from mobile devices, we need to ensure our websites are optimised for mobile users. If we need even more reason to optimise for mobile users, Google has stated that it is moving towards mobile-first indexing, meaning that it will soon use the mobile experience to determine its…

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    Web Trends – 2018 and Beyond

    In my Digital Year in Review, I identified that the major trend underpinning the biggest developments in web was mobile. It drove changes in the way we design, develop, manage and promoted websites throughout 2017. Mobile will continue to influence the year ahead and beyond, but what other technological trends will come of age in…

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    Digital Year in Review

    At this time of the year, it is always good to reflect on what has happened over the past year and see where the tide will be taking us for the year ahead. In this post, I will talk about the developments that have occurred over the past 12 months and how they have shaped…

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    Chrome to Signal Insecure Forms

    At the beginning of this year (2017), Google rolled out a new version of its Chrome browser that took it one step closer to a secure internet. The new version of Chrome (version 56 at that time) marked non-https pages that had password or credit card fields as “Not secure”. What they found was that…

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    Boosting your SEO with AMP optimised pages

    Ever since Google introduced mobile-friendliness into their ranking algorithm in 2015, most business owners know that they need to ensure that their website is mobile friendly. It is fair to say that internet users want web pages to open quickly on their mobile browsers, within 3 seconds, or they will abandon their search and move…

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