News & Articles
News, views, and articles from a freelance web designer in Horsham, West Sussex. I publish an article every month and there is an RSS feed if you want to subscribe with, for example, an RSS reader like Feedly.
01 August 2016 by
Nobody likes clicking on a link to find that it goes to a missing page. And Google doesn't like it either! So, it's a good idea to run a regular site audit (I suggest monthly) to check for broken links. Here are four tools that will help you do that.
04 July 2016 by
A landing page is where you expect users to enter your site. These pages have a single, specific objective and there are two types. Read on if you want to know more.
21 June 2016 by
The short answer is that Responsive Web Design is just good practice these days. It's web design in a modern world where users browse the web with a wide range of devices. Read on if you want to know more.
18 May 2016 by
Creating website content needn't be difficult. Here are two ways of getting help to create more, and better, website content. Sound good? Read on ...
15 April 2016 by
You may assume that your website has a backup - but does it? You need to have a backup plan for your site. Here are some ways of doing that.
09 March 2016 by
I started a Website Tips and Tricks email newsletter in February. The newsletter's aim is to pass on a few pointers that will help improve a website. And to highlight some of my work. I've enjoyed creating the newsletter and this is my process for getting it done.
10 February 2016
West Sussex Clocks needed a new site to replace a home-built website that was difficult to update. In particular, the new site needed to be easy to use so that new clocks could be added quickly every week.
10 January 2016 by
Have you forgotten when you last updated your website? Are you finding it tough to write regular blog posts? Read on for my tips that will help you blog more.
02 December 2015 by
Turner Gate Automation needed a website for their business and came to me because I worked with the company previously.
29 October 2015 by
It's true that you cannot expect to get much from your website if you ignore it. And why would you? After all, you have spent good money hiring a web designer in the first place, why launch the site and leave it idle?