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    Web Design Trends – Flat is the New Black

    For the past few years, web design and app development have been bathed in skeuomorphism. This design was meant to reflect the physical world and to add an element of familiarity and comfort to our internet experiences. The result is that we have been bevelled, shadowed and textured to within an inch of our senses.…

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    Content Siloing for Better SEO

    Over the past few years, content siloing has become an increasingly important component of good search engine optimisation (SEO). Basically, this is a technique that organises your website around keyword relevant content and themes. The foundation of this technique is creating a thematic organisation within your website, one that helps search engines decide on the…

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    An Inside Look Into Our Design Strategy

    As you would have seen by now, our new website for Cornerstone Digital is up and running. You can see the post about our website rebranding here. For this particular article we wanted to focus on a few features of our new site which you may want to consider utilising on your own websites. Content…

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    Cornerstone Rebrand

    The Cornerstone metamorphosis was completed with the launch of our new website. Fully responsive with the use of content siloing, banding and parallax to engage with visitors whilst making it easy to scan and find information, it reflects some of the more recent design and development techniques, which we plan to write more about in a…

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    Yes, People Scroll

    In the early days of the internet there was hardly any need to scroll down a webpage. This was because the websites of the 1990’s and early 2000’s were largely designed with just about all relevant content above the ‘fold’ ie. the imaginary line that indicated the bottom of a screen. But all that has…

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    Parallax Design Trends

    Remember those 2D effects used to create depth in the early video games? Where the background moved slower than the foreground so you had the illusion of depth and distance? Well a parallax web design does something very similar, except instead of being in a game, this effect is applied to a vertical scrolling website…

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