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Benefits of PWAs for your Business

December 13, 2018 | Nathan Rosandich

In previous posts we have gone through what progressive web apps (PWAs) are and how they work, but you are probably wondering whether your business would benefit from one or if they apply to your...

 

Stop the press – Gutenberg is coming

November 1, 2018 | Christopher Webb

One of the biggest changes in the history of WordPress is just around the corner, as a brand new way to create and edit content arrives with WordPress 5.0. We don’t have a confirmed release...

 
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Kate Brown: Digital Consultant

October 1, 2018 | Kate Brown

Hi, I'm Kate Brown and I have recently joined the wonderful team at Mogul as Digital Consultant. After a long career in Wellington, I have made the move to Hawke’s Bay and am really excited to...

 

The Hamburger menu

September 13, 2018 | Ryan Christie

Your website's navigation is one of the most important things to get right. How you allow someone to navigate your website can have a major impact on the user experience. In this article, I...

 

Should you make your logo bigger?

September 5, 2018 | Louis Coyle

Client: "Can you make the logo bigger?" Designer: "?" This question is about as old as time itself and has plagued fascinated designers for generations. In my previous incarnation as a...

 

WordPress plugins: plugging in your website

August 21, 2018 | Jerome Brown

Many of us have heard of WordPress plugins before and understand them at a basic level. Perhaps you have seen them on your website. Or perhaps you have even installed a plugin yourself. But what...

 

Drawing design inspiration from Hawke’s Bay

August 15, 2018 | Ryan Christie

My one year anniversary of moving to Hawke’s Bay has recently passed so I thought I’d take the chance to share my thoughts as a designer living in the region. As a designer, it’s nice to be...

 

What is a PWA? An introduction to progressive web apps

July 18, 2018 | Nathan Rosandich

When the first iPhone was released in 2007 the web was not ready to be viewed on a small screen. The iPhone's rapid adoption accelerated the responsive web movement, but to fill the initial hole a...

 
Mood boards

In the mood for mood boards

June 22, 2018 | Ryan Christie

We’ve all been there before. You’re trying to explain to someone how a ‘thing’ should look and you’re struggling to find the right words or you find your words fall woefully...

 

Choosing the right content for your website

March 23, 2018 | Anita Jones

So you’ve just received your shiny, brand new website, ready and waiting for you to jump in and add your own content... but wait just one moment! Before you jump in and (potentially!) make a...

 
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The myth of ‘the fold’

March 23, 2018 | Ryan Christie

As a web designer, one of the most common UX comments that I've heard during my 9 years in the industry is “Can it be above the fold?”. This assumption about user behaviour still plagues...