Using video is a fantastic way of marketing your business, service or product. Video creates a rich and engaging website that shows creativity. In this day and age a website without some form of video content presents itself as being boring and lacklustre.
Prior to the smart phone boom, there were only really three sets of screen sizes you needed to worry about: standard screen resolutions of 1024x768, 1280x1024 and higher end large widescreen displays
For over a year now we have made the decision to push forward our AJAX development on all new websites. So what is AJAX and how can it help website functionality and usability? AJAX is the name given to a method of development that allows information on a page to be dynamic without the need to refresh the page.
We’ve been hugely busy this year and are well aware that updates to our own website have been put somewhat on the backburner. Whilst the re-design and development of the Advanced Web Designs website was initially planned for the summer, along with our new ‘all singing all dancing’ Content Management System ‘Konnex’, the work has now had to be rescheduled for the winter, although due to the number of new enquiries we are currently receiving this may be delayed even further.With this in mind we have today taken the time to update our project portfolio so potential customers can see examples of some of the site we have been working on over the past few months.The projects we have added are a mix of e-commerce websites and content managed sites, all uniquely designed and developed by our in-house team here in Hertford (please note that at the time of writing 3 of the projects listed below are still awaiting the customer to fully populate their site prior to going live).
When we started in 1999, the industry was very different. Websites were static and lacked the ability to make changes unless you were knew HTML code. It was a time when there were packages that could help you along the way, but they were difficult to use and fairly limited. It was a day when Microsoft FrontPage was a good competitor to Macromedia Dreamweaver but was starting to be left behind.