Expert tips on writing your first WordPress post

So you’ve set up your WordPress blog and are done with the mechanics part of the game. Now it’s time to get done to the actual writing process. So many new bloggers out there spend so much time researching WordPress, what plugins they need to have, how to make it...

10 tips for getting the most out of usability testing

Just because you can find your way around your new website doesn’t mean that other people can. This is why it is so vital to get a cross-section of your website’s target audience to road-test the site before you unveil it to the world. This process of evaluation is...

Responsive Web Design – What is it?

It wasn’t long ago that the new web industry buzzword began floating around, Responsive Design. The idea as you may gather is to respond to something. But, actually it needs a little more explanation. As Mark Boulton points out in these two tweets. Please,...

The Psychology of Color in Design

One of the most common questions I ask is why I have used a certain colour for a certain logo of certain part of a design. The answer can be as simple as ” its what your style guide says i MUST do” but thankfully it’s more often the start of a...

Logo Redesigns – Do they always work?

Over the past few years there have been many logo redesigns, from twitter to hotmail to microsoft office. But have they all been a success?  or have they flopped and gone pretty much unnoticed? Below are some examples of logo redesigns, which do you think have mad the...