Whilst cryptocurrencies and the fate of Bitcoin have been grabbing the headlines of late, we've been busy working on an altogether more tasty investment proposition, building a brand new website for leading Fine Wine specialists Aston Lovell.
It's been a busy start to the year here at DA and we're excited to announce the launch of a new eCommerce website for Lawrence David, the UK's premium commercial trailer and truck body manufacturer.
Not a day goes by without some mention of the GDPR and the looming compliance deadline on 25th May 2018. Like any agency worth their salt, we've been busy putting plans in place to ensure we stay within these new regulations and working closely with our clients to help make sure that they do too
When you’re first starting out as a business, especially if you have no website design knowledge, it can be tempting to be lured by all those shiny sales messages from web design agencies of ‘bespoke CMS sites’, custom built to your specifications. How good does that sound?
Success lies in the groundwork: a guide to planning your new website
So you've decided to invest in a new website for your business, and your internal project team is already talking about colour palettes, dancing gizmos and funky design features... Hold up, slow everyone down and take a breath. A website is an investment and requires solid, structured planning to really meet your business goals. Design Agency decided to take a look at what's needed to get it right.
Slick, visually appealing and innovative we are big fans of one page websites when they are done right. One Page Love has a fantastic collection of great examples on one page design. But is it right for your business? We look at the pros and cons of one page websites.
In any industry there are cowboys and web design is no exception. Without the benefit of experience and insider knowledge, it can be hard to know what to look for, leading to many business chucking money at a company before they have all the necessary facts.
Working in web design, we are often amazed at the amount of bad websites in existence. Lack or research, care and investment leads to a crappy website - and many website owners choose this route over putting the time and effort into finding the best design agency for the job.
So you've found a brilliant web design agency to design and build your fantastic new website. Now what? All too often, businesses can't answer that question, and are left scratching their heads as to why no one is visiting their brilliant new website.
Working in web design, we are often astounded by some of the poor quality business websites out there. With today's resources and services available, is their ever a good enough reason to let your business down with a poor website? We explore some of the most common excuses for bad website design and how they can be overcome.
The EU Cookie Law is meant to make it easier for people to understand what information they are sharing. So why is it so confusing?
Web design doesn't have to be cutting edge or innovative to be great. The best web designs are the ones that most effectively fulfil their purpose. The trouble many web designers face is that some businesses don't know what they want their site to do.
Receiving high levels of traffic to your website is great, but if those visitors aren't converting into buyers, prospects or clients, then that traffic is not benefitting your business. Here is our list of things to review if your website isn't generating conversions.
Following our work with Gadget Show presenter Jason Bradbury on The Pluto Appeal website, Jason contacted us to design his own personal webpage.