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We currently live in a very exciting time. Our development as a species has increased exponentially with the age of technology. In the last 30-40 years we have become connected to almost everyone in the world at the touch of a button, which has ultimately brought us closer. As most people are aware, the amazing benefits the Internet brings us can also result in exploitation... read more »
David Gibson is a stonemason based in Bognor Regis. Last year he spent more than the average person’s annual salary with Yellow Pages and Yell. His own website’s rankings were non-existent – he spent a small fortune on running ads instead – in Yellow Pages for every area in the South of England, as well as replicating it all on Yell.com. Orders were beginning to... read more »
The web design industry is fast-moving – blink and you will miss something! Like with any industry, trends come and just as fast they disappear – web design is no different. Sometimes we hold onto trends for too long when really we should be letting go, moving on and seeking something far superior. Holding onto trends can seriously inhibit growth and put you behind any... read more »
Stock imagery is available on many web platforms including Thinkstock, iStock and Shutterstock. Access-byDesign have a yearly business subscription with Thinkstock, which our clients can utilise at any time as we offer them 20 free images when they request a website build. Moreover, we can also provide additional images in batches of ten at a much cheaper rate than if you were to purchase... read more »
What does ‘accessibility’ mean for a website? True website accessibility basically means that people with any sort of disability can access your site without barriers such as text being too small, single-format multimedia and complicated site navigation. Those are just a few examples to start with, below is a further summary of the different kinds of people that may access your site and how they... read more »