I’m a bit of a fitness geek and in the past few years have become quite a keen runner, having ran several 10k’s and half marathons! Over the last few months I have also taken up swimming and cycling and have somehow managed to enter myself in an Olympic Tri and the Iron Man 70.3!
Let’s do something a little different for this blog! Trust me it links in with design, I promise. I’ve decided to merge two of my most favourite topics together, Design and Sport. I’ve decided to discuss an unusual topic compared to my previous posts to mix things up a little bit.
Do you sometimes feel like your love for your website is one way? That maybe your site isn’t working as hard as possible to give you that loving feeling. I’m going to channel my inner-cosmo writer and teach you the 5 tips that will drive your website wild!
After Brexit and the US election taking over our social media feeds chances are you’ve seen quite a bit of fake news over the past 6 months or so. This content is created to shock, create debate and fool people into believing the ridiculous hyperbole spewed out across the internet on a daily basis.
We will look back on 2016 as the year of fake news and post truth but with 2017 we have a clean slate. Let's make it the year of truth, I'm going to do my bit by destroying 5 myths that have plagued SEO for too long!
Let’s journey back to September 2015, where I first received an email from ‘Clark from Invision’ notifying me that Invision’s upcoming feature documentary ‘Design Disruptors’ was nearly ready. It took me a while to calm down from my excitement. After carefully following the progress for the months that followed, I finally received my invitation.
Today I am going to demonstrate a few SVG animation examples using nothing more than HTML and CSS. Manipulating SVGs is really simple and is a hassle free way of adding interactivity to a website.
2016 was a great year for design and for myself. Starting a new job here at ExtraMile and being involved in a forever growing and exciting industry. In this blog I'll introduce you with an insight into the inspiring, interactive and immersive future of design in 2017.
If you have a responsive website, celebrate! Somebody loves you (Google).
Social media is fast becoming important in any business from small artisan cafes to huge manufacturing firms. It's no longer suitable to have someone who knows a bit about Facebook and Twitter responsible for your social presence.
Penguin 4.0 is Google’s latest (and last!) big Penguin algorithm update. So what is the update all about? And what does it mean for your website?
At ExtraMile Communications, we specialise in creating bespoke and responsive websites for the engineering and manufacturing sector. All of our websites are visible on any device (desktop, laptop or smartphone) which is tremendously important in today's mobile first world - today, more Google searches take place on mobile devices than desktop devices.
So I'm one of the newest recruits to the ExtraMile team and as well as coordinating on all of our exciting projects, I'm here to help grow the PR side of the business...
Since leaving university in 2012, I've been fully immersed in the wonderful world of PR and Communications. If you'd like a little summary of what PR (or Public Relations) actually is, here's the explanation I've been trying to get my mum to understand since I chose this as my career path... It's basically getting your product or service seen, talked about and promoted (usually for free!), by the right people in the right industries.