1. Mark Vaesen

    New site launch

    December 22, 2010 by Mark Vaesen

    After much hard work from the team, led by our Creative Director Mike Vine, we’re delighted to be able to unveil our new website.  We’ve completely reviewed the content of the site to reflect the changes in the services we offer now, and simplified the site to make it easier to find everything.

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  2. Mark Vaesen

    SEO – the basics

    December 21, 2010 by Mark Vaesen

    Search Engine Optimisation.  “SEO”.  The dark art…

    Well actually it’s not, but there is a fair bit to think about so make yourself a cup of tea and settle down – this could take a while (well, about 700 words anyway).

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  3. Mark Vaesen

    Good Design – 6 Golden Rules

    December 17, 2010 by Mark Vaesen

    What is good design?

    Good design isn’t just about making something pretty.  A well designed website should be easy to use, engaging and effective. Here’s the rub – good design can make a difference to your bottom line.

    In this article we look at our 6 Golden Rules for Good Design.

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  4. Mark Vaesen

    SEO – do you need it?

    December 13, 2010 by Mark Vaesen

    Google this, Google that. Bing the other. For a long time now, popular opinion has been that any business worth its salt has a website that tops the search engines.  We even have a whole industry of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) companies that have spawned as a result.

    But here’s a thought: Do I need to get traffic from search engines? …Read more

  5. Mark Vaesen

    Planning a website

    December 10, 2010 by Mark Vaesen

    We’ve all heard the cliches about planning – “If you don’t know where you want to go, how do you know which route to take?”or maybe “Failing to plan is planning to fail”.

    When you’re thinking about your new website, these well-worn quotes are worth paying attention to.  If you don’t take the time to think about what your website is for and what you are trying to achieve, there’s a really good chance of messing it up. …Read more