Category: custom web design

The do’s and don’t's of your about section


Have you ever spared a thought about how important the wording in your ‘about us’ section is on your website? More to the point, have you ever looked at someone else’s ‘about us’ section and been sold on the spot or immediately put off? It’s surprising how the right or wrong mix of words can sway our decision making. There are some things which have simply been said too many times, that are clichéd, predictable or overdone.   One of the main things to remember when writing your about us

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Back to Fonts

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As technology continues to grow and the editing of images becomes easier, designs of websites or other marketing materials have become focused on images. What many are forgetting is that the text on a design is part of the visuals, the simple decision of what font to use for your copy can make a huge difference to how the finished product looks. We need to go back to fonts and take a look at how important they can be.   Digitally, there are very few fonts that are “safe” to

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5 tips to make your website win business

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How do you create a website that packs a punch and generates interest? There are some tips and tricks that never get old – and MAXX is about to share some with you…   1.)   Great Design We have long moved past the days of the web hosted business card, and we have long moved past the days of words on a page with the odd flashing logo. The world of web has become so competitive now, it is unwise for your website to look anything other than fabulous. If your

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Our brand new developer

  MAXX would like to introduce you to its lovely new member of staff! It is our pleasure to welcome Sarah Edwards to the MAXX digital team. As Developer Nikki goes away with our wishes and love to start her adventure with motherhood, we have also gained a valuable new personality, who will now be working on all your digi-needs. Sarah started at MAXX a fortnight ago and since then has coded and launched two microsites, and is currently working on a WordPress blog for Lady Carnarvon as part of

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