Archive for the ‘Websites’ Category

If a website’s the solution – what’s the problem?

It’s easy to forget that a website is actually a solution to one or more business (or organisational) problems. Despite the fact that it’s pretty much mandatory to have a website if you’re in business – it’s still critical to understand that a website is a solution – and it’s up to you the business [...]

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Comment Spam – a blogging inevitability

Website owners in the hope of getting better ranking through backlinks (links that go to their website) and possibly the stray click on their name regularly add comments to any blog they can access. This is often done using automation. Set up a standard message and then the program goes and finds blog posts on [...]

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JAFA-centred design?

I have been researching garden centre websites to see what they do well, badly and the kinds of approaches that are taken. The first one I checked didn’t have its opening hours anywhere so I though I’d check out a bigger chain expecting that they would get it right. Here’s their Store Locator page – [...]

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