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The Big Web Design Trends of 2018- Part 1

As hard as this might be to believe, we’re already right in the middle of October and the year 2017 will be over before we know it. It seems just like yesterday that we were all relaxing in sunny beer gardens and heading for a day at the beach, but we’re already seeing mince pies and Christmas cake all over the local supermarket.

What Can E-Commerce Businesses Do About Cart Abandonment?

Online retailers are struggling with abandonment issues as of late. But don’t worry, nobody’s getting left out in the cold - we’re talking about ‘Cart Abandonment’. Abandonment is an ecommerce term used to describe a visitor to a web page that leaves before finishing any transactions they are in the middle of. Have you ever placed a number of items in your online basket only to have second thoughts and close the page down? This adds to a business’ ‘Cart Abandonment Rate’.

VisionSharp: Proud Sponsors of Chadderton Park FC

Being given the chance to sponsor a football team is perhaps something that many small business owners only dream of. The very prospect of having their name and logo emblazoned across the front of a football shirt could be considered little more than a pipe dream, as it’s something you’d normally associate with only the biggest companies in the world.

Creating The Perfect Brand Name

Google. Amazon. Apple. Three words that we all instantly recognise as the colossal brands that they are. Even if you’ve never used any of their services or products, the chances are you know exactly what they do and why they do it. At the very least, you will have heard of each one of these huge brands and you’ll know that businesses just don’t get much bigger.

So What Is Responsive Web Design All About?

​ As a business owner that’s currently looking to get yourself a brand-new website, the term “responsive web design” is undoubtedly going to be something you’ve heard bandied about. This may have led to a great deal of head nodding, chin scratching and a general attempt to make it seem as though you know exactly what it is we’re talking about. But there’s no need to panic, we understand that not absolutely everyone is a web designer, so you’d be forgiven for feeling a little confused by the whole responsive design trend. In fact, we thought we’d help you avoid any head scratching in future, and we’re going to take you through exactly what responsive web design involves.

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