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Interview with David Ball a Front-End Developer & Social Media Maestro

A few weeks ago we read an enlightening article in which David Ball a Front-End Developer and Social Media Manager based in the Uk describes his week long experience of using the internet as a blind user would. Read More…


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Photoshop CS5 T-Shirt Design

Doing this quick simple tutorial will introduce you to a few tools in Photoshop you may have not used before such as blending modes and the warp tool. Pretty soon you’ll be designing T-shirts for you and all your friends Read More…


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Update your site or R.I.P (Rest in Pixels)

If you don’t update your site frequently you open your site up to the real problem of  your site becoming less secure and also when users are greeted with the same content for weeks on end. Pretty quickly they will stop visiting your site and go elsewhere. It’d be like still having the article on latest IOS 6 update in your recent news when IOS 7 came out today. People like to be given the latest info. Read More…


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How To Get People To Sign Up To A Newsletter

Ok, so you finally have a newsletter for your business. You’re excited and put a lot of time and effort into this. So, the question now is, how on earth are you going to get people to subscribe to it? Read More…


Internship, Self-Training and University: Who really cares about ME?

Internship, Self-Training and University: Who really cares about ME?

In short, what university’s offers to those looking to get into the web industry is the chance to learn mostly theory. There might be some practice involved but I have unfortunately come to notice that most university’s and college’s are teaching a few years behind current web standards. Here at WCB we use the newest software at the agency, so thus we also teach the newest versions to students. Read More…


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Giving Something Back Feels Awesome

Sunday was a great day for us as a company as we got to see how we have helped the disabled children of Camillian Care Home through our years of support. It seems just moments ago we created their website and then logo and through using skills we take for granted we get to help others and that is an awesome feeling.

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10 Tips on Product Photography

As E-Commerce becomes increasingly important, product photography follows in it’s footsteps. To build a great E-Commerce website, you must have great quality product images to show them in the best light to potential customers. According to recent online surveys, most people today prefer to buy online rather than going in person to a street based retail shop. In a matter of few clicks, you will be able to find your desired product and have it delivered to your doorstep. Read More…


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10 Ways to Work Better with Your Project Manager

I personally believe that Project Managers are the unsung heroes of the web design industry. At our design agency we are lucky to have two wonderful PM’s who help our projects run smoothly and take of both our customers and team. In return for this help they expect a few things in return to help them do their job better and I hope to explain to you how you can work with your project manager better with these ten tips. Read More…


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Google Insights, Surveys That Help Your Business!

There’s a pretty cool way to get customer feedback, building your reputation and sales in the process. Google Insight works with website owners by allowing them to create surveys about a particular product or service. Once the surveys are completed, Google automatically analyses the responses in real time allowing website owners to see how their surveys are affecting their business. Read More…


Why Every E-Commerce Site Should Do A/B Testing

Why Every E-Commerce Site Should Do A/B Testing

As an e-commerce site, your goal is to maximize conversions. For each 1000 visitors, your goal is to increase the percentage of sales that you can get as result of those visits. But how do you know that you are converting the maximum number of people with your website? Read More…


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