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New home for CM2

We’ve moved! Recently, we upped sticks and moved office, from the Vanilla Factory to the Tea Factory. You might say we’re keeping the food and drink theme going! We haven’t moved that far and are still within the Urban Splash group. You can read my interview with Urban Splash about the move below or read it […]

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New website goes live for Liverpool Love

CM2 Creative has worked closely with new client Liverpool Love to develop their brand design and website design. The aim of the organisation is to raise money through art for Claire House Children’s Hospice. With the previously developed brand design, the website has now gone live. The website has been created to provide information about […]

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New CM2 Creative website

Well, we’ve finally done it! It’s been two months in the making but we’ve finally gone live with our new website. We’ve been very busy recently with lots of new projects for clients like Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Minta Medical and many more. This was one of the reasons we […]

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Best practice in web design – Part 3

Visual aspects Create a common theme of colours, fonts, graphics and page layouts. Simplicity and consistency in your visual design can be the most effective way of presenting your online brand. Consistency Plan to create a unified look for the various sections and pages of your site, so that the users are aware that they […]

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Best practice in web design – Part 2

Technical website design considerations There are several technical issues to consider when designing your website. Browser issues You will have to design webpages that can be displayed by many different browsers. Common browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Google Chrome. You should test your webpages in as many browsers and different […]

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Best practice in web design – Part 1

Planning your site It is essential from the outset that you clearly identify what the purpose of your site is. Typical reasons why businesses develop websites include: Building brand awareness Saving money Selling products Providing improved customer support Remember that what you want the website to accomplish and what your visitors require from the site […]

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Getting Started on Twitter

Twitter helps businesses both large and small stay connected with their customers. As a business, you can use Twitter to quickly share information, gather market intelligence and feedback, and build relationships with people who care about your company. This page is designed to help your business dive in and begin interacting with this wealth of […]

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