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Ensuring a website is consistent and easy to maintain are two of the biggest headaches faced by larger organisations. Fortunately pattern libraries can help.
Clients like to have the ultimate say about design sign-off, but are they best qualified to make that decision? If not, then what is the alternative?
The prevailing wisdom is that websites should be incrementally improved, but is that belief always correct or is there a place for major redesign?
When building a brand, most organisations start with print. However, the web is the perfect place for building a brand and testing different approaches.
Most clients have little idea of what exactly goes into designing a website. In this new series, I unpack the process we use at Headscape.
Working with web designers can be a tricky business especially if you have never done so before. Discover how to get the most from him or her with this handy list.
Too many websites look the same as their competition. If you want users to remember your site it needs to stand out from the crowd.
In the fight for real estate, usability and design aesthetics are often the first causalities.
Many web design agencies are refusing to do unpaid design work before a contract is signed. This is not because it is damaging to them. It is because they believe it is damaging to their clients. But why?
Quick, hand drawn wireframes can provide substantial benefits that will save you time and money.
Is your choice of web design tool making life harder or easier, for yourself and others? We need to be more flexible over our choice of tool.
In a world where even your watch can access the web, it amazes me how many are still fighting for pixel control over their websites. It’s time to put them straight.
Marketeers love microsites, but are they always the right solution? When are they appropriate and when are they more trouble than they are worth?