I’m going to try and convince you to think of your website as a living, breathing thing. You already know that it should be more than...

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07Mar

I’ve been asked this quite a lot lately, so felt it a good time to blog about it. At Reverse Delta, we specialise in recruitment websites,...

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More sites are starting to add functionality in order to become compliant with the “Cookie Law” that is now in effect.  Early solutions that sought “Explicit...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 06, 2012 In: Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

Fantastic News. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) is nearly dead!  The bane of developers lives for much of the last decade, and a major security hole, IE6...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: November 16, 2011 In: About Reverse Delta, Website Design Comments: 1

Finally, after a lot of hard work crammed between other people’s projects, we have a new website! It’s testament to the previous website that it survived...

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It sounds a bit of a strange question but users expect different things from different websites.  If you’re a blog then people need to feel like they...

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After years of web designs and trying not to make web users scroll horizontally, it seems that the BBC is turning that convention, through 90 degrees....

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 14, 2011 In: Copywriting, Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

A really interesting article from BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme yesterday (13 01 2011 for which we can’t really find anything on the internet to point...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: February 24, 2010 In: Google, Internet trends, Web news, Website Design Comments: 0

Web designers around the world will be rejoicing that Google is taking a lead in banishing the deeply unloved Internet Explorer 6 to the annals. Those...

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One thing we seem to have to deal with when building recruitment websites more often than not is explaining the difference between web design and web...

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