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WDYUK are proud of our communication and from our offices in the market town of Pocklington, just outside York and central to Hull and Harrogate we like to shout about things.  Our news section is a cacophony of ramblings from our team, some are based upon our web design and development skills, some themed on graphic design and even a few sprinkles of advise on SEO, but mostly ramblings - enjoy!

How to Build a website

Posted: June 6th 2014

5 Simple rules to the basics of building a good web site   Simplicity Cramming too much into each page creates confusion and the visitor will be turned off   Design? Making a first impression is paramount in all walks of life so your website should also be designed correctly   Navigation? If you are driving to a palace you have never been to before then you will need a map and an easy way to get there, same applies to your website visitors they have not been there before.   Consistency? Don’t confuse your visitors keep every page consistent with your brand   Colours? Red and green should never be seen , you will have heard this before, so don’t use colours that clash  .


Over 24 percent are not Mobile ready

Posted: June 5th 2014

eCommerce retailers are not ready for the mobile market  a quarter of UK retailers are still not offering websites that are optimised for tmobile devices and therefore missing out on a vast amount of trade, is it because they are cutting corners and dont want to invest ? A recent study from a top commerce solutions providerreveals that even though mobile traffic accounts for almost 20 %  of all e-commerce traffic, only 24 % t of the top 100 UK retailers web sites are mobile friendly.  So with this stat you have to ask yourself how many SME business are not mobile ready, we think that it has to be over the 40% therefore a trend of 48% of missed traffic.


E-commerce York

Posted: June 4th 2014

As more and more people are starting to shop online rather than in stores, especially on rainy days like today, it is important that your business, if applicable, has an online store, to give you the best chance of reaching a wider audience. Over the next four years e-commerce sales are projected to rise approximately 93% a year, and seeing as 71% of shoppers believe they are going to get a better deal online, your business could potentially be missing out on a large number of customers and sales.