Category: Design

News post / November 2, 2012

Icon Fonts!! The way forward!

With the creative design industry evolving everyday it can sometimes be hard to stay current and up to date with ‘New Trends’ and better ways of doing things, this is why we are going to bring you – over the next few months – resources, new techniques and also hints and tips on how to execute them effectively. Today we will be letting you know a little bit more about […]


News post / July 17, 2012

Prem-Lets Website Redesign

Prem-lets is one of the leading estate agents in North East, they deal with everything when it comes to the property market. When they first started out they were aiming at professional lettings, going for the more corporate look and feel. Recently they have been wanting to aim towards the student lettings side of the market and that is the reason for the website redesign, we added information pages on […]


News post / January 11, 2012

People are OK with scrolling. They even expect it!

We often get clients who ask for a site ‘not to scroll’. This is why we or any other web designer would not recommend doing this. 1. Users expect to scroll Yes, back in the olden days (the 90’s) people had quite the bugbear about scrolling ( but almost 20 years on, the attitudes are totally different. Scrolling through a product catalogue of your favourite fashion chain is as natural […]


News post / June 17, 2011

Web Designs built around Navigations

Websites are now using creative bespoke navigations rather than the standard horizontal tabs below the header. The navigation on a web design is very important. A easy flowing navigation, is likely to make a user return to your site increasing the traffic and popularity. A recent design trend that many designers have been following is to include icons rather than text, done correctly can look very professional. We have chosen […]


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