Starting a new business? If so, you’ll no doubt encounter one of the biggest challenges every business owner faces: getting the word out. While there are many options for marketing a new business, few businesses wouldn’t benefit from having a website. But what does a small business website need? Here I’ll cover what you should What does my small business website need?[Read More]
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This blog post follows a different format, it’s meant to be a bit like a pin board for our thoughts and ideas about the changing seasons and how you might share them with your audience. What does this time of year mean to you and how can you make your content really speak to your Changing seasons[Read More]
A website is an incredibly useful tool for charities, providing an easy-to-access platform for all your activities. From raising awareness, to collecting donations and recruiting volunteers – your charity website design can have a positive impact on virtually every area of your organisation. To help you get the most out of your website, let’s investigate Charity website design[Read More]
It’s really good to slow down and review things every once in a while. As an experiment we decided to send out an appeal asking Callia Web’s clients, past and present, ‘what have you been up to?’ and ‘what are you most proud of?’ And what a fantastic response we received, with news of achievements, Celebrating success[Read More]
Few things are more frustrating than a slow website. It not only deters people from visiting your website but also hurts your site’s search engine rankings. Studies show that a good loading speed for any WordPress website is 3 seconds. But unfortunately, a majority of websites takes much longer to load. You must be wondering: 8 Reasons Why Your WordPress Website is Slow[Read More]
I arrived at Callia Web 3 months ago as a designer with a general understanding of web design having taught myself the basics at the dawn of digital time, in the 1990’s. I started to use WordPress to build sites for the local Parish Council and the village hall in Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire, where I Tesher’s first three months at Callia Web[Read More]
Whether you’re just starting out, or you’ve had your website for ages, your blog can be a useful tool for business growth. Here, I’ll show you a logical way to organise a blog focused on achieving your business goals. This method works just as well for a brand new blog as it does for one How to organise a blog[Read More]
If I had £1 every time a client said ‘can we reduce, or remove the space between…’. It’s very common feedback, and not always easy to persuade them that the design works better with the whitespace left as it is. All too often, whitespace is considered wasted space. The temptation is to fill every bit Whitespace: not just a waste of space![Read More]
One of the last impressions you want to give a potential customer on your website is that you may have gone out of business. So how can you avoid it on your website? During January I was researching for a solution to a technical requirement and also catching up on some personal admin, and twice 7 website mistakes that make potential customers think you’ve gone out of business[Read More]