If you have read some of our blogs before, you will know just how enthusiastic we are about WordPress. The company have recently announced their plans to release version 3.4 which is set to improve the blogging and publishing platform, by improving features such as theme search and selection, as well as customisation and preview tools. Using
Archives: May 2012
WordPress announce version 3.4
Is a bad Checkout preventing your customers from buying?
So, you are happy with the amount of visitors to your site. The SEO is working well, you’re ranking well for certain keywords and categories, the traffic is coming through, users are spending time and looking around, and success, they have added a product to their shopping baskets. Now all they need to do is
Entry pages for a more powerful site
As you can imagine there are many ways to make a site more powerful and more attractive to visitors. This includes SEO work- boosting ratings in Google, white hat techniques to build organic links and constant production of content in the form of blogs and comments. There are so many ways, and the more powerful
Separate sites for mobiles?
For years, designers and developers have been back and fourth over the subject of websites for mobile phones, and should we create separate sites to support smaller devices? Prior to responsive design, users accessing the internet online through a mobile device were probably viewing actual full web sites on the internet. This tended to slow down
Psychology and web design
Many designers may not always take into consideration the psychology behind what they are creating. Here at Juno Web Design it is something that is constantly at the forefront of our minds, because not only are we creating something that reflects the ethos of the client, but a site that users will want to visit