• Using Stock Photography in Web Design

    Stock photography can either be used very well or very badly when it comes to graphically designing a website, so what should you look out for? How many times have you seen clean-cut, generic, world-friendly images (like the one on the right) appear on websites, magazines and brochures?  These common photo stock images usually have an underlying. Read more...

  • Google Web Fonts

    Good news… upcoming ‘Web Fonts’ from Google mean that websites in the future are going to look much, much more interesting and still adhere to Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) friendly standards! CSS design in the past has been hampered by the lack of font support on older computers. Using a “Helvetica” H1 tag for example may. Read more...

  • Social Shopping

    Here at Juno Media we believe that ecommerce sites shouldn’t have separate work on brand design, web development, marketing and SEO. From the initial concept to the final design, all these aspects of ecommerce need to be considered at the same time and work together in harmony for maximum results. Social media is now playing. Read more...

  • How to edit your hosts file

    Clients often as how they can view a website before it goes live on their URL, this is done through editing your local “hosts” file. Essentially this method makes your computer point a domain name at a specific IP address, instead of using the internet DNS record. We have outlined below the simple process: Instructions for modifying. Read more...

  • Where to place your vital contact information

    Contact information is very important for business (brochure) websites yet it’s easily to forget to place it where everyone will find it online. Hotels, restaurants, plumbers, DJ’s and wedding planners: all these businesses require someone to pick up the phone or contact them through an email to get the job.  Your contact information is vital so ensure. Read more...