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]
Web design is a fast changing topic and here we share some inspiration and changes to best practises, such as ensuring the website works for everyone.
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]
There are a mind-blowing amount of food blog designs out there, so if you’re looking for some inspiration for a site redesign, it’s always worth looking at what the competition are up to. It’s crucial to identify exactly what it is you love about someone’s website; not just the look and feel, but the functionality 5 Fantastic Food Blog Designs We Love[Read More]
Most people will have multiple images on their website. How you choose to display images will vary depending on what their purpose is and how they look with your website design. A hard crop is useful if you’re looking to make your website images equal sizes, whereas a soft crop is useful if you don’t Making your website images equal sizes: the difference between hard and soft crop[Read More]
Choosing the best images for your website isn’t just about sourcing ones that look good. We also need to think about how they’ll fit with your website design. This means thinking about your image size and and aspect ratio. In this post we’ll explore: What image size and aspect ratio are Why image size and Importance of image size and aspect ratio in web design[Read More]
A blog isn’t just about writing – like the rest of your website, it’s visual too. When it comes to brightening up your WordPress blog posts with images, there’s plenty of room for creativity. Your images can take many different forms: infographics, photography, screenshots and illustrations – to name a few. An image can be Sourcing images for your WordPress blog[Read More]