Website accessibility refers to making a site which is accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities.
Making your website accessible to everyone increases the number of potential visitors and customers of your website. It can significantly increase the success and profitability of your website.
Find out below how you can make your site accessible, with a great infographic from WhoIsHostingThis.com.
A hero banner, or hero image, is a large banner image placed prominently on a web page. With the rise in responsive design these kind of banners have become even more popular, because a responsive design allows the banner to
The Google Geolocation API gives your site access to the rich mapping data that Google has built up as part of its Google maps database. If your website needs to show visitors information about the distances between sites, or the
2 distinct and somewhat opposite web design trends we'll be seeing more of in 2016 are the use of rich illustrations and animation. Rich Illustrations In the past web site designers have relied heavily on stock photography and image libraries to provide the
We've recently been having a lot of fun exploring the power of Microsoft Cognitive Services for a project we are working on. Microsoft Cognitive Services are part of Microsoft's Cloud offering (also known as Azure). The services are split down