Getting onto the internet was once a privilege, and it was sometimes hard earned. Sometimes, you’d wait an entire day to get online, just to be told that your mum was waiting for an important call. The moment your mum put down the phone, you would race to the family computer to turn it on and start up the internet. I say it like that because it’s reminiscent of starting up an old generator. It doesn’t just work. You had to go through an entire process just so you could load your home page, which usually turned out to be Internet Explorer.
4 years ago
With the increased popularity of the UK start up culture, the global financial crisis (yes I’m going there) has created a thrifty, DYI style of entrepreneurial web developer. There seems to be no end the boom of Word Press sites popping up and you can spot them a mile off! Depending on your level of skill and knowledge they will stick out like a sore thumb, and let’s be honest, they’re quite the techy turn-off.
4 years ago
Millions upon millions of apps have been downloaded and installed since the time mobile software began. You choose it, you pay for it and then you accept it. Now if you want something badly enough in the real world, you’ll pay any price and accept any terms just to get it, but it seems that mobile technology has made everyone (myself included) much more accepting.
3 years ago
Getting Internet users to notice a website is like expecting someone to find a needle in a haystack. Chances, however, are relatively better if the website has been designed with the end-user in mind.