Posted by Mike Thirlwell, on 17th May 2015
In April Google announced it has enhanced its search algorithms to reward sites that are built using responsive web design techniques. This means traditional fixed width websites may lose out to mobile friendly sites in the search rankings. Have you noticed a drop in the number of visitors recently?
Posted by Neil Tonge, on 23rd July 2014
I have a website..... It looks good on my desktop screen.... What do you mean: "responsive design"?
Regardless of how visitors access your site, their experience should always be positive. The usual points apply regarding: easy navigation, clarity and obvious Calls to Action. CBJ Digital looks at the key issues.
Posted by Malcolm Iliff, on 16th July 2014
Any clue to the connection between Fat Footers and warm hugs? On your website, the Fat Footer is - or at least, should be the horizontal band at the bottom of the page. Should we feel good about them? Do they make the website visitor feel welcome?
Posted by Mike Thirlwell, on 14th July 2014
Re-skinning is simply about changing the way your website is presented. It’s a bit like having a makeover! What lies beneath remains the same, but the presentation layer is simply updated to keep your website looking attractive, and current.
Posted on 26th February 2014
Responsive Design is so important now that as much as 40% of all website traffic is coming from mobile devices. Why do we need this more-expensive option? Is it worthwhile? Read on for a short explanation of why CBJ Digital thinks it is so important for all new websites, especially B to B and B to C e-commerce websites.
Posted by Malcolm Iliff, on 12th October 2014
Responsive design is a new technique used in developing websites to overcome the difficulty of displaying them appropriately on the wide variety of devices now being used to browse the web.
Desktop screens are getting larger, whilst ...