Most of us are creatures of habit. Aren’t we? Once we like something we will usually get back to it again. This is why good ecommerce store should be designed in a familiar for everyone interface style, creating pleasant shopping experience. There are many industry standards that are helping to create user friendly websites. You could follow the rules or ignore, either way it will have an impact on a website’s usability and overall your income. This subject is immense so in the text below I’ve covered only few examples, nevertheless I hope it will help you to get an idea.
Tag: web design
You have a great product which is now ready to be sold online. There are many ways you can approach it. First of all you should take your budget into consideration. Once you have an estimate of it you will be able decide if you wish to do it yourself or if you would like to employ someone who can do it for you. There are many freelancers or small and larger ecommerce design companies that provide this sort of services. The quality of an end-product will depend on the designer’s skills and their knowledge in building an ecommerce.
Here’s something for beginner CSS. Fitting two divs right next to each other, without an empty space between. Here’s an example:
I see it all the time, people just creating designs that look nice and shoving them up not giving any consideration to how users will interact with that oh so special design they made for the their clients. From experience I’ve noticed how people don’t really care about design that much but more how easy it is to use the site and do the tasks they went on the website to accomplish. Look at Facebook for instance, no one goes on there and compliments how well designed it is but you rarely hear a complaint about how people can’t find where someones photos are or how they can’t see updates from their friends.
The Line Between was a project for helping mentally ill employees do their jobs to the best of their abilities. It was designed to be an informational project that works close with employers to help mentally ill employees to get the most out of them and make sure they can be happy and stable, without fear of loosing their jobs.
Vote Johnnyman was a clean one page marketing campaign, aimed to target Cardiff University students to vote in the annual Students’ Union general elections. Each year at the Cardiff University Students’ Union there’s an election to find the students who will be running the Union next year and each year a selection of students from all degree programmes and backgrounds apply to become a member of the Union committee.
Introduction Many Webmasters out there are looking to increase their website’s SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) – but how does one do this when everyone is fighting for the top spot? Implement relevant meta tags? Devise better search titles & SEO focus keywords? Create some super clean looking website URLs? Or maybe all of the above? In this article we will discuss some of the methods we use here at Nott Studios to make our websites highly ranked in major search engines such as Google and Bing. We’ll be looking at various ways to improve SEO to get your website to the top of the search and above competitor websites.
It’s been our dream for a long time to start a company, and today we can finally announce that this dream has been achieved. We’re now an officially established company under the name ‘Nott Development Studios’. Our team currently consists of 3 members; myself (Joel Murphy), and my team members Jack Rimell & Robert Moritz. So what is the purpose of our business? We’re a Web Design & Development agency who specialises in creating beautifully crafted websites and Web applications.