At JUMP, we strive to make solutions that help our clients reach a wider audience. By making your website as accessible as it can be, you are making sure that all your potential visitors will be presented with a decent and enjoyable experience.
Website design and development evolves so quickly and your customers and clients online habits change, your website isn’t something that can stand still. Investing in a new website is the first step towards getting serious about your digital marketing strategy. In this blog, we explore the top reasons why your website may need a refresh.
As a company, we look to produce web products that not only perform well, but look good too. Now, while you can produce a great representation of a design that looks good in the browser, there is a way to bring that design to life and that is through the use of animations.
Anything you see that has a purpose, has been created with an end user in mind. This can be anything from a tea cup to the Large Hadron Collider; design and functionality decisions have been made that consider how a user thinks and feels when interacting with said product.
Nirvana Europe helps to organise 100 events annually and have over 110,000 clients, planning and executing bespoke travel, accommodation and logistical arrangements to spectators of events spanning the globe. JUMP have recently finished a refresh of the brand, redesigning the front and back end of the site.
The North East's digital and tech sector is currently the fastest growing in the country, great news not just for those of us who work in the digital realm but also for all businesses across the North East who can benefit from being part of a fantastic culture of digital innovation.
Over the past few years, the way businesses promote their brand and get eyes on to their company has changed drastically. In the past, a small newspaper ad and a small sign outside the shop were usually enough to bring a few more people in to see what you can provide as a company.
CSS was initially released on 17 December 1996 and is developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It didn't become popular until around 2000 when browsers began to use more than the basic fonts & colours and HTML began to evolve using a larger variety of styling.