Articles from September, 2008
Thursday, September 25th, 2008
Today we’ve launched a brand new price comparison website called Shopping Buzz. The website automatically compares the latest prices of thousands of shopping products from hundreds of UK websites and shops to help people find the best deals and offers on the market.
The website has been designed to have a simple, easy to use home page that visitors can type the name of the product they are searching for. The results pages provide more information and functions that allow people to narrow their searches by category, shop, price and relevance.
Please click here to try it out! We’d love to hear your feedback on the site and how you think it could be improved further.
Monday, September 22nd, 2008
Weymouth Web Design is delighted to announce that our design for a Formula 1 clock has been chosen by Plastics Direct to feature as the artwork for their wall clocks on an upcoming episode of the television show 60 Minute Makeover on ITV1.
The clock artwork has been designed for a one year old twin’s bedroom and is scheduled to feautre on Thursday 25th Ocotber at 2pm. We’ve used bold blue and red colours to match the interior designers plans for the bedroom decor.
Please click here to learn more about their insertable wall clocks. We would like to thank Plastics Direct for chosing our artwork to feature in his product!
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008
Today Google launched their own web browser called Google Chrome. The browser is open source and features a lightweight design and simple controls. The browser is based around the WebKit browser engine which is also used by Apple in their Safari web browser.
When we design a website for our clients we test it to make sure it renders and functions correctly in the latest version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera and now, Google Chrome. Every web browser displays websites ever so slightly differently so it is vital we test every page to make sure your website looks fantastic in all browsers!
We always recommend that our clients keep their browser up-to-date to make sure it supports the latest coding practices and standards.
Overall I’ve been very impressed by the speed that Chrome renders a web page. It only uses a small amount of system memory compared to Internet Explorer and has a very nice, uncluttered interface. The quality of the new Google web browser should ensure it becomes a very popular choice.
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