Customising the WordPress Nav Menu

Published: 11 May 2017

Yes, customising the WordPress Nav Menu with the Walker_Nav_Menu class is pretty powerful for customising the native WordPress menu system. Without it, you just have a simple menu! But with it, you can integrate it into anything! I’ve recently been working on a project that requires me to use Bootstrap. Yes, I know, don’t shoot me! […]

Update: 11 May 2017

My bug bears with ThemeForest and WordPress

Published: 21 August 2015

Someone recently reached out to me about helping out with their WordPress website because of the dreaded white screen of death! The site had been developed, well I say developed I actually mean a theme was purchased from ThemeForest then the site was built from within WordPress using a plethora of different plugins needed to make […]

Update: 21 August 2015

Business Websites and the Mobile Shift 2014

Published: 9 July 2014

Business Websites and the Mobile Shift 2014 – Whether you choose to accept it or not the mobile market is more important for business than it ever has been before. In early 2014 the mobile usage of the internet exceeded PC usage making it more important for businesses to exploit responsive websites or web applications than […]

Update: 9 July 2014

Voice search is changing the landscape of search

Published: 31 October 2013

Voice search is changing the landscape of search queries and Google are taking this into serious consideration, which is why, in my opinion, responsive is becoming even more important when it comes to SEO as most mobiles had voice search before desktop did. Hand in hand with location services this makes it even more interesting […]

Update: 31 October 2013

Why do I need a responsive website – future proofed

Published: 14 October 2013

With technology changing at such a rapid rate it’s difficult to know which one to choose when it comes to having your website built. One thing is certain and that’s that mobile and tablet purchases have been on the rise in recent years with record breaking sales reported year on year. Although these devices change […]

Update: 14 October 2013

Why do I need a responsive website – save money

Published: 11 October 2013

Until just over a few years ago a mobile site would have to be served up on a separate url meaning your business website would be split in to two different sites. This would mean a serious business website would have to be developed twice and that means twice the costs! Only spending money to […]

Update: 11 October 2013

Why do I need a responsive website – better SEO

Published: 11 October 2013

Why do I need a responsive website? Well simply because it is better for SEO. In the early days (pre 2010) before Ethan Marcotte’s article on responsive website design, the solution for mobile devices was to serve up a separate website just for mobile devices. This would mean that a single website would have to be split […]

Update: 11 October 2013

Why do I need a responsive website – user experience

Published: 10 October 2013

Why do I need a responsive website – simple, user experience! The single biggest reason for having a responsive website is to create a better user experience. Mobile users and tablet users browse the web in a different way and the experience of using your website should be treated differently, Mobile users are more likely going […]

Update: 10 October 2013

How to tell if a website is responsive

Published: 9 October 2013

Ok I know this sounds like a dumb article to write but it still amazes me how little website owners know and understand. It’s ok for developers and designers to know all this stuff but there are some people out there that just don’t get it and it’s nothing to be ashamed of, it can […]

Update: 9 October 2013

Why your websites UI is ruining your UX

Published: 29 August 2013

First of all lets explain what UI and UX is. UI is User Interface and UX is User Experience and one without the other is just an impossibility really! Consider the body and the mind. The body’s User Interface are senses; touch, smell, seeing, listening and taste. The body’s User Experience is the mind and […]

Update: 29 August 2013