Posts Tagged ‘web design’

Patrick Dawes website

March 1, 2012


Mobile and Desktop Browser VariationsPercussionist and music producer Patrick Dawes recently commissioned eSlice to create his website. Patrick is involved with a variety of different acts so he wanted a clean and simple design that could house the imagery for all those acts without looking over-crowded. (more…)


The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players website

December 12, 2011

Lost and Found album cover

The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players have stacks of character and that needs to be reflected in their website. When they needed that website redesigned they used eSlice to get an aesthetic that fits their personality. (more…)

The Risks Of Using Third Party Services

December 17, 2010

The web offers a plethora of hosted third-party services offering functionality that would otherwise be prohibitively expensive for small or medium sized businesses to develop themselves. From content publishing platforms like WordPress, Youtube, and Twitter; to business services like Google Docs, PayPal and Shutl. Utilising these services correctly can save businesses substantial sums but it’s important to understand the risks of doing so.


Three Steps to Positive Web-Analytics

September 7, 2010

They say a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Well a lot of knowledge can be equally perilous when it comes to using web-analytics. They can tell you an enormous amount about who is using your website and how they’re using it. The trouble is with that myriad of data comes the problem of sifting the useful information from the chaff. Without a solid strategy for what a business wants to achieve it’s easy to drown in a mass of data without adding any real value. Here are some tips on how to ensure your analytics add value.


eSlice Website Refresh

April 8, 2010

It is a little overdue but we’ve finally found time to put to our own website. Our distinctive brand is still unchanged and still makes up the core visuals, but the new look and refreshed content is clearer and more attractive. Proof positive (as if more were needed) that sites with accessibility and standards compliance at their heart need can still be easy on the eye.


How Accessible Web Design Benefits You

January 12, 2010

Accessible Web Design is about making sure that websites are readable and usable by everyone, particularly disabled users who may have a visual or other sensory disability. But accessible web design isn’t just about getting that warm and fuzzy feeling of doing some social good. Accessability is essential to ensure your website is legal, profitable, manageble and opens your content up to as many users as possible.