Posts by Anthony
Posted on 31st July 2015 by Anthony
At Ballyhoo we spend a significant portion of our project budgets on a serious testing regime, after all we want the fantastic websites that we build to look and work as intended for as many users as possible. We hate the thought of your next biggest client failing to get in touch with you because your website didn’t look spot on while your competitor's did!
Posted on 29th January 2015 by Anthony
In April 2014 Ofcom reported that, in the UK, 62% of adults now use a smartphone to go online (up from 54% in 2012) while 30% (up from 16% in 2012) use a tablet. This phenomenal growth has meant many businesses have had to quickly adapt to the rapid change in the way their users view their website. Traditionally many websites were built specifically for large screens and mouse pointers, this means lots of scrolling and zooming for those with smaller screens and frustration for those with big fingers! If you are looking to build a new website or re-design an existing one, it has now become a crucial decision as to whether it should be built with mobile users in mind.
Posted on 27th January 2015 by Anthony
Some time ago we were asked to put together a pitch for a large international manufacturing company. As part of the pitch they wanted to see design ideas for how we envisage the website could or should look. When big budgets are involved it is understandable that clients want to ensure they choose the right company for the job, but for me this raises a number of issues:
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