Design Checklist for a New Website

Recently DBG was lucky enough to present to a small group of business owners as part of the Brand Task Force.

DBG chose to present on ’5 Tips For Getting a Great Website’, and in this 5 part blog series we’ll cover off on the information we presented.

Part Three gives a useful checklist for you to use when evaluating the design of your new website.

Who Are Your Website Target Audiences

Recently DBG was lucky enough to present to a small group of business owners as part of the Brand Task Force.

DBG chose to present on ’5 Tips For Getting a Great Website’, and in this 5 part blog series we’ll cover off on the information we presented.

Part Two covers assessing your target audience – who are they and how do we engage them?

How To Plan For Your New Website

Recently DBG was lucky enough to present to a small group of business owners as part of the Brand Task Force.

DBG chose to present on ‘5 Tips For Getting a Great Website’, and in this 5 part blog series we’ll cover off on the information we presented.

Part One covers planning for your website, why it’s important, and what you should cover in your plan.

What’s a Web-Friendly Font?

In this blog we’ll answer what exactly a web-friendly – or web-safe – font is, what they mean for website designers and users, and which ones are OK to use.

It’s Time To Spring Clean Your Website

Spring is traditionally a month that heralds hay fever, flowers blooming, and big clean outs of homes and houses alike. That’s all well and good, but we’re a web company – so we want you to think about cleaning up your website!!

So we can hear you asking, how do I spring clean a website? The good news is that there is no mopping, dusting, vacuuming, or scrubbing involved!!!

Who Will Be Watching When You Launch Your Website?

So you’ve made the decision to build a website. You’ve purchased your domain name, and you’re in the process of selecting a website company to help make your dreams a reality… But there’s something else you should be doing in these initial stages that is just as important as everything else.

The Difference Between Print And Web Design

Through my line of work in the Web industry I have largely expanded my knowledge on what I already know about design. It is obvious that web differs from print design, but there are so many important factors we do not take into account when designing for each medium.

Online Entrepreneur – sound like your dream job?

By big ideas, we’re not talking about innovation, we’re not talking about solid business ideas, we’re talking about people who want to build “the next Facebook”, or “the next Ebay”. This is always an exciting time for us, as we love to listen to these new ideas because we are encouraged by the creativity of these people and their motivation to build ‘the next big thing’.