I have noticed a disturbing trend in recent months. I have developed the habit of holding reading material further and further away from my eyes. Threading a needle has become a time-consuming guessing game, and I now routinely resize text when reading online (using Control and the + key or ++ if I’m extra tired), … Read moreHow to make your website accessible in 5 clear steps
This week’s post will be a fairly short and sweet one. I decided to take my own advice from last week’s blog post and have now merged my blog and website. After many days and hours of editing, tweaking etc (on my part), and some serious, heavy-duty WordPress (WP) Thesis theme wizardry on the part of … Read moreSimply Write website and Content Matters blog launch
Imagine a shop that’s open 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. You look forward to visiting that shop because: the staff always deliver great service, and you can find what you need easily without too much trouble. That’s precisely what your website could – or should be like. With a … Read moreCreating a wonderful website
I’ve been wrangling with my phone company recently about a brand new phone that has developed a major fault. The phone company insists on sending the phone for repeated repairs while I believe it should be replaced – preferably with a different model. The problem is the phone does not work at all, and is … Read moreIs your website fit for purpose?
Hi, this is my first post on Content Matters – a blog about web content and copywriting. I’ll be putting up a new post every week, and checking in regularly to keep an eye on things between posts. Have a read and let me know your thoughts… ************ I once got talking to a contact … Read moreDoes quality matter?