Over the years I have come across many mistakes that people make when getting a website built for their company.

Posted by
Richard Burgess

An important thing to know is the difference between vector based images and bitmap images. Very often we have asked a client for their logo to be placed on their website/business card/flyer etc only to be sent a low resolution jpeg image that ends up looking ugly and pixelated when applied to a design.

Posted by
Andrew Stent

The web is a very visual place. It is not just the quality of your information that gets you noticed, but how visually apealing your information is presented as well. If you want your business to come across as slick and professional, you make sure that your visual identity carries this through, from your logo, to your business card, letterheads, and your website too! This is why it is very important to use only professional, high quality images on your website.

Posted by
Sian Jones

We get a lot of clients who wonder why their website displays differently on their laptop or on another monitor. This is because different monitors have different settings or screen resolutions. Let’s get an understanding of what screen resolution is.

Posted by
Brogan Jones

These days, in our fast paced culture, people have no patience or time to sit and read long involved essays on your website. Your site is about telling potential clients what you do, who you do it for, and why you are the best. Short, simple and sweet.

Posted by
Sian Jones

The web is constantly evolving and you cant afford to be left behind. We immerse ourselves in each project paying close attention to detail and insuring that your project will stand the test of time. Ask us about mobile friendly sites, or take your business further with an online shop.

Posted by
Sian Jones

We are confident in our abilies. We know you’ll love our friendly service and be back for more. For this reason, we have no long term contracts or ongoing fees. All we want is to deliver the best service we can, and equip you with everything you need to survive on the web.

Posted by
Sian Jones