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We work on a lot of digital projects - many for our clients and some for ourselves. We regularly face new challenges and changes in technology that, once surmounted, pave the path to new creations, solutions, and deeper understanding. Our blog is our outlet for sharing some of that knowledge. Fuelled by curiosity, a desire to understand and – where possible – answer some of the problems we and our clients face.
With user habits and business objectives constantly changing, user journeys are a fantastic way to analyse a website from a new perspective and highlight large and small improvements that will directly enhance the experience of users trying to complete specific tasks online.
We've detailed step-by-step instructions on how to clear your browser cache in Internet Explorer
Trello is a great tool which lets you easily manage projects. Ranging from websites to weddings, Trello helps you create tag and move cards. At Liquid Light, we use Trello to keep track of our marketing output - this blog explains how.
There are many things that on the surface might not seem important. It’s only by thinking about these on a daily basis that their significance becomes apparent.
A topic of conversation that often arises within our office, and when talking to clients, is “How big should the logo be on a website?” To answer this question I decided to do a bit of research and compare the website logo sizes...
Following a website redesign, a client noticed a worrying increase in the bounce rate, however this might not be a bad thing!
The importance of a well defined elevator pitch is critical to helping you to communicate your USP’s, however this can be (for some companies) a tricky one to define.
Employing multiple agencies can be noisy, but there are benefits to using them. At Liquid Light we have had the experience of working with several agencies on various projects, so how do you make it work to get the best out of your agencies?
Support for the browser is soon coming to an end. What does that mean for you and your website?
Warming an IP address is the name given to the process that is used to build a good reputation for your IP address. The process involves sending regular but small email campaigns over a period of time and gradually increasing the volume of emails as ISPs begin to form a positive reputation for your IP address.