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A website wireframe, also known as a page schematic or screen blueprint, is a visual guide that represents the skeletal framework of a website.

Wireframes are created for the purpose of arranging elements to best accomplish a particular purpose. The wireframe depicts the page layout or arrangement of the website’s content, including interface elements and navigational systems, and how they work together. The wireframe usually lacks typographic style, colour, or graphics, since the main focus lies in functionality, behaviour, and priority of content (source). As an integral part of any web design and development project, when engaging user experience designers, developers, and visual designers we will create wireframes to best determine information architecture.

Aside from websites, wireframes are also utilised for the prototyping of mobile sites and Apps.

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Among the diverse range of projects, we have helped launch an Irish Gastropub, a new sports hydration drink, real estate developments and cafes. Our clients represent a broad business spectrum, and listed here and shown above are a small selection of the fantastic businesses we have worked with.

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Visiting a website can be a very powerful and interactive experience with a brand. With this in mind, the website should support and reinforce the core values, personality and visual language of the brand. Intuitive navigation, speed and functionality all need to be balanced to create a meaningful and positive user experience.

With a particular focus on brand integration and content development, our team deliver web solutions that unite visual aesthetics and strong usability interfaces. This ensures the content reaches the right audience and in the best possible way.

Our team work with you and communicate at every step of the process. We believe this encourages a stronger connection and understanding of the project for you and us. The illustration above demonstrates the exhaustive process we undertake when creating an effective website solution. Drop us a line with your next project and we would be happy to discuss more details.

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BIG DATA

Otherwise known as advanced analytics, big data is the biggest trend sweeping industries, partly because the total base of digital data across the world is doubling every 20 months. With this kind of growth it would be wise for companies to investigate implementing a Big Data strategy.

SOCIAL TECHNOLOGY

Another key trend with 70% of all companies worldwide now using social media and technologies. The social industry is currently sized at $1 trillion, with 1.5 billion social network users. Social technology is now directly influencing an amazing $940 billion of sales consumption worldwide.

CLOUD

Cloud is expected to drive $500-700 billion in global productivity by 2025. Public and private clouds will coexist and orchestration between clouds will be an essential service.

EVOLUTION OF COMMERCE

It is important for all companies to consider, evaluate and bond with their customer base. Cities will be the dominant force in world commerce with around 600 cities expected to drive two thirds of global GDP due to their very dense infrastructure and commerce capabilities.

PAY to FREE

A growth trend across consumer categories, is where services and products are moving from a pay to free options. For example voice or SMS. The consideration for companies then is introducing free services or elements of services for free, while looking to monetise in other areas.

PHYSICAL + DIGITAL 

According to Fujitsu, business models that integrate physical and digital elements are driving innovation. A good example of this is Google glasses or other location based services being delivered via your smartphone. There’s much more to come in this space as the smartphone reaches the limits of innovation.

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