Category Archive for: Web Design

Latest Projects

We launched two very different websites in November, each one a complex and challenging project. Air An Lot The brand new Air an Lot website provides an interesting blog which documents life on the croft in the Outer Hebrides. The new version is fully responsive meaning that it adapts to fit whatever size of screen…

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3 Good Reasons to Redesign Your Website

Your website is your primary online marketing tool. Here are 5 good reasons why you might want to give your website a redesign. 1. Get with the Times! The web world is always changing, and web technology that was cool and cutting-edge a few years ago may be out-of-date today (Flash, anyone?). With a website…

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A busy spell

Apologies for the lack of activity on the blogging front but the past few months have been hectic to say the least. Since the last update we’ve been working away on a number of commitments and have rolled out a few shiny new websites along the way too. Stornoway Port Authority approached Heb Web Design…

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Whiteboard Animation – It Draws You In

Everybody is buzzing regarding the most up-to-date advertising trend called whiteboard animation and it’s leading the marketing strategy, entertainment industry, personal interest of individuals on a whole new level. This exciting channel of conversation is scattered over the web, where the viewer watches a series of drawings which keeps on transforming as the narrator expresses…

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Usine Google analytics to improve your website experience

Google Analytics – 3 Ways to Improve your Website Experience

Google Analytics Tips Google Analytics is an incredibly powerful tool for businesses of all sizes. It allows marketers an in-depth perspective of how people are using a company’s website, which can lead to much broader implications for branding, SEO strategies, Google AdWords strategies and homepage insights. I recently had a client who was interested in…

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Don’t Make Me Think

Steve Krug’s “Don’t Make Me Think” is a basis for the practical approach to usability on the web. Even in our tech-savvy world of today, Krug’s simple lessons still hold true. Don’t Make Me Think According to Krug, the first law of usability is “Don’t make me think!” Even though people today probably have a…

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3 Reasons Why to Update Your Web Browser

Most people use the internet every day, but not everyone experiences the same internet. If you are using an older browser, your experience is probably much slower, less stimulating, and even much more dangerous than those using a modern updated browser. When it comes to the web, things are constantly changing and it’s up to…

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5 signs that it is time for a new website!

Today, the internet is the primary avenue that people search for businesses. So your website is probably the first place that your existing and potential customers will look for information about your company. If your website is outdated, doesn’t function properly, or is difficult to navigate, you’re not only losing website users, you’re losing business.…

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10 rules for a great website

How do you create a great website and how do you define a great website anyway? Is it functionality? Is it uniqueness? Is it relevance? Is it the design? Seth Godin lays it out on how to create a great website so perfectly… Fire the committee. No great website in history has been conceived of…

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What does the idea of looking different mean?  It means more than just standing out or not fitting in.  It means looking differently at yourself, your business, the value you offer and the problems you encounter. Watch this video, it provides a great illustration of how someone chose to look differently at a problem and…

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