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19

January

Hamburgers, The Apple Car and Beautiful Typography

As 2016 is now in full swing; people have nearly finished talking over what that “one” person did at the office Christmas party; how everyone spent the new year; and we’re all just about getting over the phenomena of Siri being able to beatbox; I take this opportunity to look at how 2015 changed the internet and I cast some predictions as to what 2016 will bring in terms of web design, social media and online advertising. I will save my predictions about the much rumoured Apple Car for another blog.

 

1. Smarter online advertising

We became well and truly in love with our mobile phones in 2015 and on 21st April last year, Google reflected this in the way it displayed search results, the day some industry professionals dubbed “mobilegeddon”. Big names moved off the top spot (such as M&S, Next and the AA) and other more mobile friendly sites flourished. As we continue to make our way through 2016, it’s key to ensure you have a responsive, mobile friendly site.

Search Engine Optimisation (known as SEO) also took some blows last year, no longer can you just fill your site with hidden or obscure keywords, search engines are becoming more intelligent and are looking for authoritative, “fresh” content, relevant links and interaction from others. Be very wary of creative studios offering SEO services with a heavy dependence on keywords alone.

Social Media advertising also gained substantial momentum in the last 12 months seeing a 28.9% rise in advertising spend on the platforms

22

May

Vermillion Website Design & Build

Vermillion is a contemporary warehouse conversion, set in the heart of Rugby’s town centre. The brasserie style restaurant offers modern British and European cuisine with an emphasis on quality seasonal produce.

The beautiful walled garden offers a retreat from the busy town centre during the summer months.

Vermillion Website

 

22

May

Vermillion Website Design & Build

Vermillion is a contemporary warehouse conversion, set in the heart of Rugby’s town centre. The brasserie style restaurant offers modern British and European cuisine with an emphasis on quality seasonal produce.

The beautiful walled garden offers a retreat from the busy town centre during the summer months.

Vermillion Website