2019 has been a fantastic year. We’ve held a record number of training sessions, spoken at events around Europe, and we celebrated our 5th anniversary with 5 more clients. Thank you for making the year so special. To celebrate, we’ve gathered together some of our highlights.
User experience (UX) is best described as:
The process of enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty by improving the usability, ease of use and pleasure provided in the interaction between the customer and the product.
‘Good’ UX will allow your customers to navigate easily through your online store or website, add products to their basket and proceed to checkout to purchase products or make a donation without friction. Optimising your UX in this way will improve your bottom line or your donation numbers, as you take away common online shopping frustrations.
We’re flying over to Amsterdam for Drupalcon ‘Dam 2019 next week!
I'm pleased to announce that we have been appointed as a preferred supplier for the Digital Outcomes and Specialists Framework 4! The framework is managed by the Crown Commercial Service.
From September 2019, all public sector websites in the UK will be legally obliged to comply with new accessibility standards.
We’re thrilled to be sponsoring Manchester Digital’s Conference and BBQ on the 27th June (Next Thursday!).
University websites are complex beasts.
A university’s website should not only aid visitors in finding a course but also guide them through the unknown, giving prospective students all the information they need to make one of life's biggest decisions.