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Google and Bing weigh in on responsive web design for mobile marketing

Responsive web design is already a fairly well established trend in mobile marketing, but we are still at the stage where any comments on the subject from Google or Bing could help to directly revise your approach to designing mobile sites. In the past few days, both of the search engine giants have blogged on… more »

Nielsen reports highlight importance of web design for portable screens

Web design is no longer an easily defined discipline – gone are the days when a ‘website’ was simply an on-screen equivalent of a printed page. The web is still very much governed by a network of hyperlinks, but the way those links – and the content that surrounds them – are delivered to your… more »

Online shoppers want responsive web design for Christmas

As the Christmas shopping period comes to a head – and we move into December itself – the value of responsive web design has been highlighted once again. In a recent Verdict report, the retail analyst looks at the trends it expects to see emerge this festive season, amid an estimated £86 billion in Christmas… more »

Responsive web design needed as mobile to become mainstream by 2014

As 2012 nears its end, it’s worth looking ahead little more than a year, when responsive web design could become critical to cater for the majority of your website visitors. In a new study from Mind Commerce, the analyst notes that mobile web traffic now accounts for a tenth of all internet access – up… more »

Google recommends responsive web design for tablets

In recent years, the development of the mobile web has posed specific web design problems for those whose sites need to be accessed on the move. First it was WAP, and then 3G, and now mobile devices are gaining 4G support alongside Wi-Fi capabilities; so where do tablets fit into this spectrum? With larger displays… more »

AIDA in web design

Ever since 1897 when E. St. Elmo Lewis started to contemplate about advertising principles we’ve abided by his four step process of selling a product or service to potential customers, attract attention, maintain interest, create desire and get action, which has been turned into the marketing acronym AIDA (Attention, Interest, Desire and Action). Web design… more »

Conceptual Web Design

Wayne Seddon, Designer Every now and then it’s nice to break away from the normal rules and regulations of web design and come up with something totally new and creative. The concept behind this redesign of our very own First Internet website is based on the periodic table, but instead of chemical elements, we used… more »

Creamline Dairies

Creamline Dairies was founded in 1945 and initially supplied milk and supplies to businesses in Trafford Park and Worsley. Since then Creamline developed into a very successful doorstep delivery company and is now one of the leading independent dairy companies in the UK. We were approached to build a website that would allow customers to… more »

Chris Bennett

Services: Web design and development SEO Chris Bennett Heavy Haulage Ltd specialises in general and heavy haulage and has been in operation since 1976. Chris Bennett approached First Internet following a recommendation from an existing client to redesign and redevelop their website with the aim of increasing enquiries. The website was designed to be striking… more »

World Wide Web Design

Wayne Seddon, Designer How many of us truly explore the web? Your average internet user has their daily routine of visiting certain websites i.e. chatting to friends on Facebook, checking emails, or shopping on Ebay, and they very rarely break out of this routine and travel further afield on the web. But there’s a whole… more »

Challenges of Mobile Web Design Manchester

Web design Manchester is going through some changes, and one of these is the growing importance of mobile websites. These are websites that can easily be accessed from smartphones such as iPhones, the BlackBerry and Android devices. Mobile web design provides its own challenges in terms of execution, including: Screen sizes. All web design has… more »

Three Important Features of Web Design

There are many important components of web design Manchester, so this is by no means an exhaustive list. However, it should give you some idea what’s involved with web design, so read on to find out about three important features of creating a great website. The layout As you might expect, the layout of your… more »

Direct your visitors with nifty Web Design

How to achieve the best results for your website does not just have one solution to fix all. There are many different elements which contribute to a successful website. Web design should focus on several different elements to make an attractive website, that is also functional and SEO friendly. Web designers can use tactics such… more »

Sandhurst Flooring’s new website has gone live!

First Internet has produced a sleek and stylish digital web design for Sandhurst Flooring, a commercial flooring contractor. Sandhurst Flooring, one of the UK’s leading flooring specialists, has been trading for over 20 years. They offer a complete range of flooring services including; installation of vinyl, carpet, ceramics, laminate, rubber, entrance matting and hardwood flooring…. more »

First Internet Have Launched Timbermat’s New Digital Website Design

First Internet Marketing worked with Timbermat, a company who specialise in Temporary Access Solutions, to provide them with a new digital web design. A company’s website is an invaluable marketing and PR tool and Timbermat’s new digital web design reflects their corporate image and strengthens their brand identity. Their new digital web design is attractive,… more »

APH Computers New Digital Web Design Has Now Gone Live

First Internet have just launched APH Computers new digital web design. As IT software solution experts, APH Computers needed a marketing website to provide their customers with information regarding all their business solutions and services. Understanding the importance of not only having an attractive, eye catching digital web design, but also the need for website… more »

The iPad and Web Design

So you know what it looks like the details of the specs and so on, but what’s the iPad really like? The truth is that it is only when you actually get your hands of Apple’s latest piece of innovation that it really begins to make sense. It’s light enough to be perfectly manageable in… more »

M-commerce and its Importance to Web Design

Unlike the US, many retailers in the UK have been quite slow to embrace – m-commerce. In the ever changing world of web design, it is vital that e-tailers keep on top of customer demands, especially in the current market conditions. When you consider that the number of people accessing the internet via their mobile… more »

Getting Through with Web Design

Some surveys estimate that the average Briton faces 3,000 marketing messages a day. Therefore, when faced with an advert – either on or off-line – we change the channel, hit mute, block our cookies or leave a website. Therefore, over the past decade brands and their agencies have increasingly targeted our conversation and sought to… more »