In the light of the recent TalkTalk data breach, it is timely to look the security measures that you should have in place to safeguard your website.
How do you know if your website is actually doing its job properly? It may look great and say everything you want it to say but is it actually effective at attracting visitors and converting them into sales? Here are a few ideas to help you answer this question.
Your website is a great tool for generating leads for your business, but if people aren't seeing it then it can't do its job properly. There are a number of steps you can take to help drive more traffic to your website. Read our 5 steps to help you do this.
A good website design is vital to creating an enjoyable online experience for the viewer. If your website does not provide an enjoyable user experience then it will be less effective at converting your visitors into sales. Here are a number of common mistakes of website design and how you can counter these issues and improve your website’s ‘bounce rate’.
I recently read a great article about the roots of minimalism and the web by web usability experts Nielsen | Norman. In summary: “Minimalism in moderation can create efficient user experiences, as long as you don’t lose sight of the primary goal - helping users accomplish tasks.”
Around six months ago, Volute gathered around the TV to watch Apple’s keynote in which they unveiled the Apple Watch, an exciting new product aiming to take smart watches to the mass market. This week Apple have been taking appointments for members of the public to try on Apple Watches and on Tuesday I went and tried some on.
It’s not very often that Google announces changes to their search algorithm; so when they do, it’s wise to listen up.
Google announced that from April 21st, any site that they view as being not mobile-friendly will no longer appear in the top search results from mobile devices.
Once you have decided to take the plunge and have a website the next step is to make sure that it actually works for your business. Many businesses invest in a website and spend a lot of time on it initially, but then leave the website hoping that prospects will start to contact them.
Our new site utilises a 12-column grid for maximum flexibility. Why 12? Well, it’s simply a question of being an integer with a large number of divisors - it can be split into 6,4,3 or 2 columns, meaning that different layouts can be made according to the needs of the pages.