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This is a blog from the Internet Development Team at ILRT, Bristol. We build websites and web applications for a wide variety of customers, many in the UK higher education sector. Continue reading…

Archive for March, 2010

Is your website emotional?

Bipolar Emotional Response Tests (BERTs) Design provokes an emotional response. The positive we remember –  the Mini, the iPhone, the London Underground Map – the negative we try to forget. Websites are no different. While all aspects of design are subjective it is possible to plan for the emotional response you want from your website. […]

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Published on 8 Mar 10 under Briefings | Comments Off on Is your website emotional?

The value of a professional content editor

Our clients are all really busy, and few of them are full-time website managers. One of the most common complaints I hear is that they don’t have the time to produce enough new, high quality content, and are concerned that parts of their sites may be out of date. On top of this, they are […]

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Published on 8 Mar 10 under Briefings | Comments Off on The value of a professional content editor

How to make the most of a support query

Some quick tips on what to include when asking for help with a problem on your website

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Published on 3 Mar 10 under Briefings | Comments Off on How to make the most of a support query

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