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Cobern Builders made live

28 July 2008

I have just made the Cobern Builders website live.

Cobern Builders was a website I made for a client, Bernard Micallef.

The website initially is made up of 3 pages:

  • About Us
  • Gallery
  • Contact Us

The site being written using PJN CMS means that the site content can be changed and new pages can be added easily.

Take a look at the site at www.cobern-builders.co.uk and let me know what you think.

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Affinity Hypnosis made live

25 July 2008

I have just made the Affinity Hypnosis website live.

Affinity Hypnosis was a website I made for a client, Kate Beaven-Marks.

The website initially is made up of 9 pages:

  • About Me
  • Hypnosis
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Hypnotherapy A-Z
  • Clinical Hypnosis
  • Experiential Hypnosis
  • Stage Hypnosis
  • Links
  • Contact

The site being written using PJN CMS means that the site content can be changed and new pages can be added easily.

Take a look at the site at www.affinityhypnosis.com and let me know what you think.

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New articles added

14 July 2008

I have just added two new articles on navigation and sticky pages.

I started the articles are on my website on the 23rd June 2008, but noticed a couple of days ago that I had never actually updated this area.

After recently taking part in a website usability session I learned how easily the visitor can be forgotten and the site can be so easy to misinterpret.

The key factor of easy navigation is down to the navigation itself. As this was made more aware to me I decided to write an article

Once the navigation on a site is sorted, and the visitor finds it easy to use and find the information they're after, you need to make sure the visitor keeps coming back.

After the website is live it's no good if people don't visist and so I decided to throw some ideas out there about what makes sticky pages.

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