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Quick & Easy Tips For Business Owners – Monthly Tips #3

So, let’s get cracking  In last month’s Tips, we showed you Google +1, Dropbox and 1Password.  Some amazing benefits to small business owners in that lot. I might even get the T-shirts. This month we give you some super-simple, quick & easy tips that are often overlooked on the keyboard Read the Rest…

3 Tips For Business Owners – Monthly Tips #2

So, let’s get cracking  Here are 3 tips that any business owner can benefit from without throwing their PC (or Mac) through the window: (See our other tips here.) #1 – Google +1 is here! If you haven’t heard of it already, then you have now.  If you’re not sure Read the Rest…

123 Webdesign: One Stop Shop for Online Businesses

Are you an aspiring businessman trying to climb your way up to the top of the market mountain? If you are, then you better keep reading because what follows may change the way you see things regarding your business. You might have set up your marketing strategies by now. You Read the Rest…

The Geek In All of Us

From the overwhelming initial information on what a geek is, I still am struggling to get the true picture of one. The only thing I am sure of at this point is that it is a slang or informal term. The American Heritage Dictionary defines it as an odd or Read the Rest…

ScribeFire – Blog Post Direct From Firefox ;-)

Best addon I’ve found if you want the ability to post directly to your blog from Firefox – plenty of option to customise and alter content. See here for ScribeFire Technorati Tags: bournemouth, web, design, blog, firefox, extension

Web Design Resources at Specky Boy

A weekly roundup of web design articles and resources – definitely worth a little time to soak up.

Oblivion Revival Colour Scheme for Netbeans IDE

Love the Oblivion Revival colour scheme for Netbeans IDE. Go check it out – very smooth.

The Importance of Vocabulary in Web Design – Part 2

Continued from The Importance of Vocabulary in Web Design – Part 1 Theories abound on how to use language best for a given situation.  There are many different approaches and schools of thought, from etiquette, manners and social graces, formal letter writing, article writing.  The list goes on and on, Read the Rest…

New web design, Bournemouth portfolio update

we’ve now updated the website with the latest addition to our portfolio.  Edeli shop, instructed 123 Web design Bournemouth to get them online with a content management system and e-commerce solution see more details at our Edeli portfolio page.

Will CSS3 kill Photoshop?

With the coming of CSS3 into the mainstream of web design, will Photoshop die a death for web designers? If the glory of rounded corners and multiple background images and image layers can be handled within CSS3, then will there be any use for trusty old PS or Illustrator even? Read the Rest…

Pure and Simple Web Design Has Moved

A little notice for all concerned: Pure and Simple Web Design (http://www.123webdesignbournemouth.co.uk) has now moved over to the new server and business name 123 Web Design Bournemouth at http://www.123webdesignbournemouth.co.uk. Work on the blog customisation is cracking away to tie in with the new branding as we speak

123 Web Design Bournemouth Call Back

We’ve now rolled out the ‘Call Me Back’ form design to most of the pages on our website at www.123webdesignbournemouth.co.uk with the aim of making it a little easier for our visitors to contact us. Visitors to the website can now request a call back from us, with the intention Read the Rest…

123 Web Design Bournemouth Website Launch

Pure and Simple Web Design have now moved to their new home at 123 Web Design Bournemouth Following a period of rebranding and redesign to the website, the whole kit and kaboodle has now been relocated, re-jigged and uploaded to our new server at htttp://www.123webdesignbournemouth.co.uk New features for the website Read the Rest…