www.web-design.co.za | anything to do with web design, particularly in South Africa

Latest Posts...

What is UX Design?

You may have heard the term ‘UX Design’ or seen someone advertising themselves as a ‘UX Designer’ and thought to yourself: ‘what the hell is this now?’ Well, I’ll tell you… ‘UX’ stands for ‘User Experience’. The OCD part of … Continue reading »


What your Brand Colour Says about your Business

An infographic by Free Creatives


Is it time to get your site mobile-friendly?

Maybe you’re like me, and you still think of your cellphone as simply, a mobile telephone…a means to make a phonecall whilst on the run. Maybe, unlike those around you, you don’t sit with your eyeballs glued to your smartphone … Continue reading »


How to annoy your website visitors in 7 easy steps.

Sarcasm may be the lowest form of wit, but it beats boring, so here goes… 1. Have a pointless splash screen A splash screen is a page that you make your customers go through before getting to your actual site … Continue reading »


Website Animation – Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should

Just because we can, doesn’t mean we should. Animation can enhance a website, but it’s important to practise restraint. Ask yourself what the purpose is in making your customers wait while an animation of your rotating logo is loading, and … Continue reading »


Dated Web Trends

An infographic by WhoIsHostingThis.com


New Responsive Design

You may have noticed that our blog skin no longer matches the rest of our website. This is because we are slowly converting the site to a new responsive design and haven’t gotten to the blog yet. We will be … Continue reading »


New Collaboration Directory

Since its inception back in 2007, this site www.web-design.co.za has grown far more popular than we could have hoped for. Back in 2010, we had to start an International Web Design Directory to deal with all our foreign applications, but … Continue reading »


Browser Testing for Multiple IE’s and Mobiles

You’re a good web designer and you want to ensure that the websites you design are accessible, user friendly and display correctly for as wide an audience as possible. Its simple enough to install the ‘big 5’: Internet Explorer, Firefox, … Continue reading »


Working for Free…The Right Way.

As a web designer (or graphic designer), you are going to get a fair amount of requests for free work. Sometimes it will be disguised to sound like something else, but in the end it boils down to you doing … Continue reading »




Top