Tie Break Tens is an exciting new concept in tennis, think 20/20 for cricket, and The Island were lucky enough to be asked to design and build the website as well as all the marketing and promotional collateral. It was a hectic few months as anything brand new tends to grow organically so we had to be totally adaptable to changing formats and requests from all stakeholders in the event. The night itself was a massive success with Andy Murray, John McEnroe, David Ferrer, Tim Henman and, eventual winner, Kyle Edmund gracing the TBT court. With any new concept there […]
Category Archives: Responsive Web Design
Today’s topic is mobile SEO to underline the fact the world is really going mobile. Everywhere you look nowadays you see people hunched over smartphones. You can really say the world is turning mobile. With a smartphone you can perform almost any task you wish and most times it offers more capabilities than a personal computer. This is also due to mobile SEO.
Digital marketing is a skill that can be mastered with a lot of practice through time. To get there you can obviously go through some bad times. That means also learning how to improve digital marketing results. This is something inevitable and today we will explore eight ways to overcome them and turn them around.
When it comes to the web in this modern day and age, especially e-commerce websites, mobile optimisation is key. Without it you are potentially missing out on a percentage of sales. Research shows that a massive 57% of mobile users if the loading time is more than 3 seconds.
Hospitality websites are fiercely competitive. The key is to make information easily accessible to the users. If this isn’t true on your website, the guest will leave and visit the next website that popped up on Google.
Google has always recommended a responsive web design and rolled out an important update earlier in April this year. This updates works to rank mobile-friendly sites higher based on web design. The secret behind the updated is, it doesn’t specify you use responsive designs, more that your site be accessible from mobile devices, with a good user experience and performance. Keeping that in mind what are the options available to those who are looking at starting their own site? We have already spoken about responsive design in a previous series of post – which if you haven’t read, we suggest […]
Welcome to part 2 of our responsive design series, if you missed the first post, be sure to check it out here. In this second post we will talk about some of the benefits responsive design has to offer. 1. Flexible web design No matter what device the user experience will be the same. It helps your business be recognized and to be honest people enjoy a good user experience, there is nothing worse than waiting for ever to load a page or complete a login. Happy customers definitely mean happy business. 2. Cost effective website Compare the cost of ‘owning’ one site or […]