You may have heard in the news recently about a major change, currently being rolled out, to the way Google lists search results on mobile devices. The problem is many sites are not responsive, meaning that they were only built for desktop computers and are hard to navigate on mobile devices. Users often have to look at pages where the text is too small, the links are tiny, and you have to scroll sideways to see all the content? This usually happens when the website has not been optimised to be viewed on a mobile phone. Google doesn’t want to serve up results that are not mobile user friendly, so they are implementing a new algorithm change to demote sites that aren’t usable on phones and tablets.
In a nutshell, if your site is not classed as “mobile friendly” by Google, your site could be demoted in mobile search results and with up to 50% of internet searches now being carried out via mobile phones and tablets, this could affect a large portion of your web traffic and SEO results.
You can read more about Google's new policy and test whether your site is currently mobile friendly at:
If you would like to discuss how West5web can make your site mobile friendly, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01273 271228 / 07984 861239.
Logo design is vital to your business. It visually represents your business, your brand, your identity and your credibility. It's really important to get this right, so it is well worth getting a professional logo designer to help. West5web can create a perfect logo for your business in Brighton or London that is not only unique to you but also offers exceptional value for money.
West5web charge a one off fee of £139 to create a logo for you. If you want a logo designed as part of a full website design project, we'll knock 50% off this price and create a logo for £69.
Your logo is probably the first thing that people notice, whether it's on your website, business card, letterhead, brochure, company vehicle or company workwear. A professionally created logo will help potential customers decide whether to choose you or simply move on to your competitors.
Logo Design :: The process
- Send us your logo design brief including as much detail about how you envisage the logo will look, including preferred styles, colours, fonts etc. You might not really know how you want your logo to look. That's fine too.
- We'll start getting designers working on your logo straight away and as soon as we start to receive some initial concepts (within 48hrs), we'll email those over to for your assessment. You can then provide feedback on each of the concepts with suggested revisions if necessary and we'll forward these back to the designers. We'll continue to receive new design concepts while these revisions are being made.
- This process will continue for up to 7 days until your perfect logo is finalised.
- Once you have selected the final logo, we'll send you the logo in a variety of formats suitable for web and print use.
Logo Design :: Why use West5web
- Value for money - we think our prices are very competitive.
- Multiple design concepts - unlike many logo designers, we don't just supply one or two design concepts and then make revisions to these concepts. We gather ideas and designs from a wide range of logo designers which means lots of different ideas for you to choose from.
- Unique designs
- No use of clipart or copyright images in your logo
Logo Design :: Some examples
West5web is here to make you life easier and your business a success !! If you are based in Brighton or London and need a logo, why not get in touch today and see how we can help you.
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You may have read recently about a new European Law relating to website cookies that came into effect on 26th May 2012. You may also have noticed, when visiting other websites, warnings that pop up informing you that cookies are in use on the website with the option to accept or decline these cookies. The law that defines what details websites can record in text files called cookies. Cookies are widely used to customise what repeat visitors see on a site and by advertisers to track users online. The new regulations say websites must get "informed consent" from users before they record any detailed information in the cookies they store on visitors' computers.
You can read more about the new cookie compliance law at:
Basically as a website owner, it is now your responsibility to ensure that when anyone visits your website, they are informed that you are using cookies on the website and they are given the option to either accept these cookies or decline them.
West5web is offering to make the necessary changes to your website in order for it to be compliant with the new EU Law.
This will include:
West5web can make your website compliant with European law for a one off charge of £99.