First impressions often determine the outcome of a situation, and your appearance plays a vital part in creating your image. Most people wouldn’t wear pyjamas to a job interview as it clearly sends the wrong message. The same can be said about website fonts. Whether you get your message across or not can highly depend on how viewers perceive what you present.
More than 90 per cent of Kiwis are using the internet on a regular basis. From online shopping and video streaming to social networking and ecommerce, surfing the web has never been so popular. And numbers continue to rise, especially since the world got stuck in a global pandemic.
Freelancers have a key role in almost every industry. However, freelancers cope with a unique set of problems in their working lifestyle. Get to know the prevalent issues in their field and how you can solve them.
From December 2020 onwards, new amendments to the Privacy Act come into force to ensure personal information is kept safe in the light of technological and global trading developments. Find out what this means for your business.
Poor design, misleading information, and the lack of compatibility for mobile phones are only some of the reasons why online users don’t spend a lot of time on a website. Find out what other faux pas you should avoid if you want to capture your audience long enough to get your point across.
Lockdown has been tough for many businesses. How quickly your business gets going again will have a lot to do with how much planning you put into your marketing. Take some time to work on your business and you’ll be too busy to work in it!
Artificial intelligence software such as chatbots can be a valuable addition to your business. By automating processes such as customer service, chatbots can be incredibly useful to save manpower, time and money and also increase brand loyalty.
With my usual impeccable timing, I’ve just taken over a small web design agency with a long history, based in Waipu in Northland. The handover was mere days after the lockdown came into effect. In her own words, Jan Malone tells her story of computer programming back in the 1970s before starting Action Web in the “Wild West” days of the internet.
This is a guide for businesses to surviving COVID-19. We hope that it will be of use to you. Please let us know if there is any way that we can improve it.
The “About Us” page is about you and your brand. Show how unique you are and why your brand’s message is worth the attention of your audience
Starting in October 2019, international companies like Amazon will have to register with IRD and collect GST from Kiwis at the point of sale.
Vodafone are shutting web, email and domain hosting services as of 28th February 2019. We explain what this means for you and your business.
This post will explore how an SEO approach to web design can benefit your marketing efforts from the design stage onwards
Scams only have one goal: To get your money. Unfortunately scams have become a lot trickier to spot over the years. Find out how to keep yourself safe.
Repealing the changes means that internet service providers are perfectly positioned to control bandwidth and internet speeds, favouring services that pay higher premiums or are owned by the internet providers themselves. But what does this actually mean for the everyday internet user?
Before we explain why encryption is so important, we should examine what it actually means. Let’s break it down to its basic parts.
HTTPS stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure. Though it sounds complex, it’s quite simple.
An estimated 8.4 billion devices are connected in 2017 and this number is expected to jump to 21 billion within five years. The future is already here.
When a child understands how to code, they no longer have to accept technology as it is handed to them. They can understand how something works and adapt it to work for them.
We can show you how to harness the full potential of Google Workspace, an intuitive set of applications that are not only easy to set up but simple to work with. Find out more…
Much like a safe that is built to be opened, a Wordpress website (indeed any website) is vulnerable to attack because it is built to be accessed. However, there are ways that you can prevent malware from being installed on your Wordpress website. Read on to find out more…
When visiting clients at their place of work, we often find that they have suspect software on their computers. It can be an extra toolbar, a “useful app” or annoying pop ups. They may seem innocent enough but what are they doing in the background? Find out more…