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  1. What To Look Out For In Your Next Web Designer

    If you’re on the market for a new website, it’s likely that you’ll be looking for a web designer to help you out – but what are you REALLY looking for from a designer, do you know? In this post I want to take you through some of the finer details that could give you insight into what it would […]

  2. A New Project Approaches: Bettering Youth

    This is the first post in a regular series of blogs, speaking about our clients and the work we do with them. This week, we’re so excited to introduce you to a new website build project and the amazing Sarah-Lynn of Bettering Youth. We first met Sarah-Lynn in 2019 on a VERY cold morning, all ready for her first networking […]

  3. Building a functional website

    If you’re reading this post you’re probably in one of these situations; You’ve got a business and your ready to expand your reach with a website. You’ve already got a website, but you are looking to make a change or do a refresh. You’re a start-up, getting ready to launch and you need a website to assist you. When it […]

  4. Two (failed) attempts at being different

    Good marketing doesn’t sound like marketing. It allows the reader to make impressions rather than giving them out prepackaged. It also doesn’t boast or speak ill of other companies. One of the most prevalent phrases used by design agencies in their marketing material is, ‘a different kind of digital agency.’ Its absence in Avidmode’s case is already an indicator of […]

  5. The practices of web production, part 2

    We go through the individual practices involved in the making of a website. This post is the second of a two-part series on the practices of web production. Now that we’ve looked at our process of web production, it’s time to go through the individual pieces that make up the whole. Regardless of which industry we belong to, we’re all […]

  6. The what and why of responsive web design

    Responsive web design has been around in one form or another even since before the term was coined in 2010 but it’s only very recently that it’s become an indispensable practice for web designers. Smartphone and tablet usage is exploding and the internet plays a part in many of the things we do every day, big and small.

  7. On website design questionnaires

    Clients are often bemused by the questions designers ask them at the very start of the website design process. The ones that seem to cause the most confusion and trouble are “what are your favourite websites?” and “are there any websites that you particularly dislike?” The problem stems from the fact that these are really wide-ranging questions. If someone asked […]

  8. Principles of good web design

    Starting an online presence for your business is an exciting venture. The problem with this is our human tendency to go overboard. Trust me when I tell you with web design you don’t want to do that. There are so many shiny effects and elements available for your new web development project, but in most cases, you should try extremely […]