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24 Nov 2012
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Only took 10 years

Just a quick note to say; we are almost there! After 10 years of business using a sub-standard website we have finally found some time to produce an IntrigueDesign flagship website to be proud of. We are happy with the overall look, but it’s the exciting features of this website that we are really enjoying.

Here are just a few of the exciting features included in this website:

  1. It’s very easy to add blog posts and portfolio items. We all know content is key to engage our clients, but know we have the tools to quickly and easily add content we are much more likely to do so. The entire website is controlled via a WordPress control panel, which is fantastically intuitive and actually quite a joy to work with.
  2. It’s responsive and tablet friendly (especially Apple products). No matter what device you view this website from, you will always get a great view of the content, and the navigation / controls will reduce and enlarge as required. When using a touch screen you will also benefit from the ability to use finger gestures to slide pages and photos etc.
  3. It’s future proof and will continue growing forever. As an experiment we have produced this website literally on the fly, to see how much time is involved in adding content and presenting information. Our experience is that clients love to save money and add their content themselves, which is no problem at all using our NEW system. Plus adopting this process simply breaks the traditional time restrictions and accompanied pressures.

As mentioned above this website is going to be used as our flagship site to show you the capabilities on offer. If you fancy giving us a shot at enhancing your business please do not hesitate to get in touch.

24 Nov 2012
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Love at first sight

Whether you’re an Apple fan or PC druid, you must agree that the NEW iMac is absolutely beautiful?

Of course my view is somewhat biased, as I owe my entire career and lively hood to Steve Jobs and all the wonderful innovators at Apple. I fail to see how anyone in their right mind would not be attracted to these masterpieces.

Do Apple have any design equivalent or competition in the industry? Will Apple sit on top forever, with no threat of ever being out shone?