You may or may not have heard of progressive web applications (PWAs) – but they open up a very exciting range of possibilities for your business. Developed by Google a few years back, and coming to the world’s attention in a big way in 2019, a PWA is – in a nutshell – a website […]
Responsive web design refers to a website that adapts it’s content to fit the device that it is used on. The concept is nothing new at this point – you’d be hard pressed to find a new website these days that hasn’t been designed in a responsive manner.
Slack is a free web app which helps companies and other organisations communicate and collaborate effectively. At Diverge we’ve been using Slack as our main project management tool for over two years. What started as a way to simply keep track of our work conversations quickly became an integral part of our website design workflow. […]
As part of the recent drive towards GDPR compliance, you may have been given advice on how to make your website and associated processes more secure. One of the key pieces of advice we give to our web design clients is to install an SSL Certificate on their domains.
If you collect and store personal data, you need to make sure you are compliant with the new GDPR legislation. Companies like Facebook and Google whose entire business is built on personal information will be the most affected, but all businesses – regardless of size – now need to make sure their data protection practices […]
The question of whether to use a ready-made solution or build something bespoke is a recurring discussion during web design projects. It can be difficult to decide where to draw the line when developing custom solutions. But the fact of the matter is, every website that exists today uses something that’s already been built by somebody […]
New businesses need an identity of their own to set them apart from their competitors, establish their brand’s values in the eyes and minds of their audience, and to garner long lasting connections. One proven way of fast-tracking a visual connection is by using a recognisable symbol as part of your logo.
How can you breathe fresh life into a tired brand? At some point, it’s likely that you will – like most business owners – reach a point where you feel it’s time to freshen up your brand’s visual identity design. But beware – it’s easy to totally miss the mark.
Most of you will know that you can send money online via PayPal – and many websites use PayPal checkout as an alternative online payment – but did you know that you can also use PayPal to take online payments for goods and services, build a shopping cart, and create recurring subscriptions – all without […]
Your website may be stuck in a rut when it comes to Google, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Start the new year the way you mean to go on – by implementing these six easy fixes today you can improve your position on the leading search engines.