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    3 Ways to Annoy Users and Reduce Conversions

    One of the easiest strategies to optimise conversions is to increase usability on your website. There are many ways to do this, from designing a solid navigation system and writing engaging content to using interactive content and having a clearly branded message. A site that is not user friendly, frustrates consumers and in reality, wastes…

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    Web Development Challenge – Testing Responsive Websites

    The proliferation of mobile devices has been a boon to web development. The huge demand for responsive websites that display seamlessly across all devices (PCs, smart phones and tablets), has kept many a developer happily engrossed in their work. The flip side to this demand however, is the amount of time it takes to test…

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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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    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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    10 Reasons for Wireframing

    Wireframes are an important first step in website development. In essence a wireframe is an outline or blueprint of the functionality and navigation of the proposed website. They do not include colours, fonts or web copy – their purpose it to focus attention on the layout of the proposed website. In other words, wireframes help…

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