We would like to introduce you to our newest Kablooey Studios Monster,  Micayla Dinkleman! Frances Edmonds , our business coach introduced Micayla to the rest of the monsters and it was love at first sight. Micayla recently matriculated in 2013 from Hillcrest High School and this young brainiac is now studying Law part time through UNISA,…

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Sian Jones

One of our Kablooey Studio Monsters will make his celebrity debut in an interview on the new TV show, Think Big SA! Richard Burgess our head designer and one of the founding members of our Durban website design studio will be interviewed about the Spice Emporium online shop that is currently in development. Spice Emporium,…

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Sian Jones

Recently, I ran into a snag when building a Woocommerce site for a client. We needed a sidebar to show the product categories. Simple right? Well not exactly, the designer wanted the sidebar to show the subcategories of the current category you are viewing. I know that Woocommerce had a widget to do this, and…

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Sian Jones

It is 2014 and technology is steamrolling forward at an incredible pace! Every day there are new devices being released; tablets, smartphones, phablets, smartwatches, mp3 players, laptops, computers and hybrids of all of these! It is no longer good enough to consider your website from a purely desktop computer perspective and it is more important…

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Sian Jones

After a busy few weeks in our secrect lab, we decided it was time for the Kablooey Monsters to venture into the big world for some fun and relaxation! We joined up with our partner company and missioned down to Mahatma Gandhi Road (Point Road) for some fine dining at a little gem of a…

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Sian Jones

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

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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.

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Andrew Stent
Adding images to my site

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.

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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.

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Brogan Jones
Writing effective website content

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.

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Sian Jones