Tag: Typography

Comic Sans, The World’s Most Hated Font, Gets a Refreshing Makeover

Believe it or not, fonts play a huge part in the way that we receive and process information. The way that we present text has a big impact on how our message is received. The use of fonts is very important in the website design industry, with new fonts regularly being released for web and

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Reverting to Type: Text and Website Design

There are many different ways to produce beautiful, high-impact website design. In recent years there has been an increase in the popularity of text-based web design. In the early days of the internet, of course, websites consisted almost entirely of text. As web designers began to flex their design muscles we quickly moved away from

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Website Design Trends in 2013

At the start of every year the website design industry start predicting which trends will become widely adopted in the upcoming year. It’s a lot of fun, and always interesting to hear what web designers expect to see. We’re now approaching November, and 2013 has absolutely flown by! We thought that it would interesting to

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Keeping Your Homepage Clean

For many companies, the homepage is regarded as the most important part of their web design. It’s not hard to see why. The homepage is what creates a lasting first impression; it is the one piece of the website design which is most likely to be remembered. The homepage is also a signpost to the

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Signs Your Web Design is Healthy #2

In Monday’s article we looked at 4 signs of web design health. In a constantly-evolving industry, it’s vital that you work hard to keep your website design as effective as possible. Monday’s post was very much focussed on functional aspects of a healthy website design, including SEO features and the quality of your written content.

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London, Typography & Web Design

Take a walk down any London street and you’ll see countless examples of it. It will subconsciously influence where you decided to spend your time and money. There will be examples that you love, and others that infuriate you, and you might not even be able to explain why. We’re talking about Typography. It really

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Font-astic Web Design

As London-based Web Designers, it’s probably no surprise to hear that we love integrating the latest technology into our web design services. We love building fast, responsive, functional websites that make our clients smile. We also love sharing hints and tips with you all. This blog is a great platform for sharing news and ideas

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