Turbocharge Your Website

Like the rest of the modern world, I hate it when load times are ridiculously slow. This may be reflective of the Gen Y era (I want everything, NOW!), but truth is, with all the modern advancements in internet speed and computer technology, I feel like there is no excuse for sluggish performance. From a user perspective, I instantly become disinterested with sites that take 10 years to load. So we must bear this factor in mind, in terms of web design practices.
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Web Design For Kids

Recently I came across an article by Andrew from Paragon, detailing his experience with teaching elementary school students about web design. The interesting thing he discovers is that these 8 year old kids were more savvy in the ways of the internet than he had first anticipated. Yes, of course being brought up in this web-reliant society would obviously equip these kids with a great understanding in terms of the web, but they also seem to have an innate understanding of user experience as well.

Web Design For Kids
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MATE! Aussie Web Definitions

For those of you aboard, we don’t ride to work or school on kangaroos and no, reptiles and poisonous animals don’t rule the land – though we do have a beautiful country! (Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi, Oi, Oi). Anywho, with so much web speak, online terms and IT geek speak floating around, we thought we would share a little bit of lighthearted Aussie culture with you.
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Help Me Help You Design

So how do you feel? What do you picture? Tell me more about your business.

When it comes to creativity, design in particular, it’s always hard to get into someones head. Everyone has their own perceived idea of what a design should look like, what elements it should contain and how parts should come together. Mood boards or story boards as some call them are a fantastic way of gaining a better idea of what the overall look should be, as well as understanding more about the business and what its brand stands for.
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