November 25, 2010 in Web Design Critique

Web Design Critique: BBC News

For this week’s web design critique, let’s take a look at the BBC News website in the wake of a major revamp. An example of info design at its very best: the heading sizes show a clearer hierarchy of information, the text is larger with better line spacing to aid readability and the main navigation has been pulled to top center of the page too. If that wasn’t enough, the cheeky fellows behind the overhaul have thrown in larger imagery to draw the eye. The new design feels more roomy than a Hamster in a Tardis, with the BBC adopting a simple 2 column blog like layout. Lets discuss:

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November 8, 2010 in Web Marketing Tip

Web Marketing Tip: Use Print Magazines For Research

When it comes to website marketing, understanding your customers is paramount.

Head to your local newspaper shop and pick up a copy of a leading sector print magazine. Who knows how to talk the talk better than the guys who write these magazines? Read More