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The Corporate Website Taste Test…

The Corporate Website Taste Test…

Survey says: it’s official, Coke is better than Pepsi. Bowen Craggs & Co, “website effectiveness experts” have published an ‘Index of Corporate Website Effectiveness’ for 2008. Their aim, so they...

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Happy Birthday, Google saves the world!

Happy Birthday, Google saves the world!

So Google is now ten years old. How time flies when you’re creating complex search algorithms, eh? Not being ones to make a big noise about things (much) Google have launched some fairly...

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Cambridge – the new California?

When you think of Cambridge, what do you think of? The university, and punting on the Cam, most likely. Well, browsing around the technology blogs, as I do, I came across this on the BBC’s...

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The things you do for good seach engine listings!

So the saga of the Freshleaf Media website continues. We launched the site on a new domain back in May, and although we were delighted with our new toy, Google was less than impressed, and...

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So what does Chrome mean for Mozilla, and for me?

So what does Chrome mean for Mozilla, and for me?

As a post-script to my post on Google’s newly launched browser, Chrome, I just wanted to add some thoughts on what this means for Mozilla. Their browser, Firefox, is currently the best browser out...

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Welcome to the world, Google Chrome

Welcome to the world, Google Chrome

You might have to be living under a rock to have missed the launch of Google’s brand new, open source browser Chrome earlier this week; but you might be wondering what all the fuss is...

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The future of the Corporate Website: irrelevance, evolution or extinction?

Anyone who regularly reads this blog will know that I’ve spent some time contemplating the corporate website: what defines it, and what makes a good one. And, in common with a number of other...

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Web Browsers Revisited

As a designer, some days there just aren’t words for how much I hate Internet Explorer 6. It is the least standards-compliant browser still massively in use; which is a nice way of saying that it...

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Freshleaf welcomes new staff!

This week things are are busier at Freshleaf than they’ve ever been, thanks to the arrival of three (count ’em: three!) new staff members. We can now proudly boast extra php development power,...

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Aviary – another feather in your design cap?

Aviary – another feather in your design cap?

An “early-bird” invite for the intriguing looking Aviary suite plopped into my particular corner of the Freshleaf inbox today. I’ve been following the development of this collection of Flash-based...

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