Category Archives: Web Design Advice
It’s been a busy month at Websites Designed. As well as managing many websites for our existing client base, we’ve also built 3 interesting websites that have launched in February 2012. The first of which is for Personal Trainer, Rob. … Continue reading
A couple new websites to show you, built in the last couple of weeks by Websites Designed. Click on the picture of the website to be taken to view the full, live website.
Cast your memory back to when you last looked through every corner or your website, clicked every link, and read every sentence. If you can’t remember when this was it is probably about time to refresh the look, feel and … Continue reading
Another month has flown by, and we’ve launched a bunch more websites for our customers. Some interesting websites this month, notably www.vegexchange.com and www.caringforwomen.co.uk Click on the picture of the website to be taken to view the full, live website.
Having lots of content on your website is great. However the content must be fresh to be valuable. If you haven’t updated your website content in 3+ years then your customers may find your content is out of date, or … Continue reading
I see many small business owners in my local area of Portsmouth in Hampshire and the surrounding area struggle with the task of managing their website. The following are all key factors in maintaining a successful website. Follow these yourself … Continue reading
We thought this month, it would be interesting to start giving visitors an idea of what happens in our studio every month! This is what we have been working on over the last couple of weeks (and we’re still working on … Continue reading
Is your website not quite up to scratch? Are you getting lots of visitors but not many enquiries? Here are three simple ways you can quickly and easily increase your website conversion rate yourself:
Moodle is the world’s leading course management system used by schools, colleges, university and private companies to enrich the teaching of courses and provide a central point to distribute and delivery content to students and to run electronic assessments. It’s … Continue reading