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referendum-choices

Based in the UK?

Exactly how will your company be affected by the result of the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU—whichever way it goes?

This is going to be a big issue over the next year or so, depending on when the date of the vote is set to be. It may even be this summer, according to comment over the weekend, which means less time to prepare than you might think… … Read the rest

navigation

Great looking website—Shame I can’t find what I want

The company was proud of its new corporate website. And the new pages certainly looked modern and fresh, thanks to the time and money that had been spent on development. But there was a problem, and it wasn’t discovered until the site had gone live. Put bluntly, site visitors couldn’t find what they wanted on the site and the reason for this was simple – the … Read the rest

innovation

Most companies understand the value of innovation, or at least they say they do in the research and development part on their website…

We often come across businesses with a great research and development story that don’t share this online, or don’t do it particularly well. By talking about innovation, a company can reach out to key stakeholders, and also promote core messages about their business. For these reasons, an increasing number of companies include … Read the rest

infographic-steps

For this post, I wanted to write about the absolutely critical importance of clear and engaging web copy. After all, we’ve all come across badly written web pages that prompt a rapid visit to the good old “go-back” icon.

Then I found myself reading a Linkedin post about why human beings like visual content. And this reminded me of something we often discuss with clients at Corporate Eye. So, despite having a vested interest in … Read the rest

the-magic

What do you call that object you use to change the channels when you’re watching television?

In our house, we call it the pointy-click, which caused huge hilarity among the teens’ friends when this was revealed. It turned out, of course, that they all used different names for it… one called it the flicker-flacker, another called it the box, and so on. Personally, I think ‘pointy-click’ is very apt.

It didn’t seem as though anyone … Read the rest