Welcome to ozones on Sunday 19 May 2013
A search for “Marketing Agency” as you can imagine produces millions of results (70 million) and you would normally have to narrow your search such as “marketing agency derby” to even get close to reaching the top of the search results. As you can imagine its very difficult if not impossible to perform search engine [...]
The design and implementation of email marketing campaigns can be very limited due to a lack of standards support in many of the email clients such Microsoft Outlook. It would be easy to think that innovation in email campaigns is non existent until I came across a marketing email which I captured below. As you [...]
The use of typography is central to print design and has always been a contentious issue on the web, due to the various limitations of both web browsers and the operating systems which run them. Early HTML When the early HTML specifications were considered, it was recognised that being able to change fonts in web [...]
Designing and developing a website is much more than simply creating a design from a graphics package and translating that into a website. There are many factors which need to be considered such as the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), accessibility (WCAG 2), search engine optimisation (seo) and human/device factors. We take all these into account as a matter of course, to seamlessly deliver you a cost-effective solution.
It is unlikely that all of the users that you attract to your website will be identical, both in terms of their computer, web browser and any personal disabilities that they have. Due to ensure non of these factors restrict use of your website we will ensure it is designed and built to cope with a variety of situations. This could range from a user who is in perfect health using a powerful computer; to a person who is blind operating their computer using a speech web browser; to a user accessing the website via their mobile phone.
We ensure that the websites we create are designed and built with web standards in mind. These standards are guidelines drawn up to not only ensure that there is a rigid structure and specification for both web documents and browsers, but also that any websites which adhere to them can be displayed on any device.