• 0161 766 2914 or 07872 822884

Search Results

24 Feb

Eye tracking technology – how it works and why it’s valuable

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
  • 0 Comments
  • customers, design, digital, eye, eye tracking, profitable, technology, tracking, user experience, web, web design
The use of eye tracking technology to analyse and improve user experience (UX) online, is something that’s always intrigued us. So we decided to do a bit of research into this subject to find out more. Eye tracking technology, put simply, measures eye activity. It tries to answer questions like: What do we look at
Read More
12 Feb

Try a new pair of shoes

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
  • 0 Comments
  • b2b, brand, customer experience, user experience, Website
How do you know what your customers really want? Understanding the customer experience has always been the way forward but if you don’t know what that is and lack awareness of the customer journey then you are likely to lose out to your competitors. Your relationship with your customers is built around a series of
Read More
01 Feb

You can’t expect me to read that!

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
  • 0 Comments
  • accessible, blind, business, digital, partially sighted people, print, Typeface, well-designed
Understanding of accessible print There are two million people in the UK with a sight problem. Some of your audience will be blind and partially sighted. Making information accessible Why should I make information accessible? Produce your information in a way that ALL your audience can read because: • It’s fair – Blind and partially
Read More
01 Feb

lol – laugh out loud or lots of love?

  • Posted by Paul Heaton
  • 0 Comments
  • acronym, fun, lol, OMG, Reform, trending
Do you know your LOL from your OMG. These terms are well known but what is trending right now? Thanks to internetslang.com here are the top 10 most popular look ups today. VATO – “Dude (Mexican)” ONNA – “Oh No, Not Again” IMMD – “It Made My Day” TATA – “Goodbye” GOML – “Get On
Read More