A new morleycollege.ac.uk

A image showing the Morley College website
We've been working with Morley College and Hunterlodge Advertising to launch a brand new morleycollege.ac.uk! We're excited to show you all this new project that we've been working on.

Can you help us out?

We're keen to understand more about how your organisation creates and manages websites. Which content management systems do you use. Does your organisation experience any issues with site maintenance and management? How many sites does your organisation own?

Supporting our customers with Crisp

Crisp is a messaging platform that we've adopted at SMILE to interact with our clients. Though we're using it primarily for our SMILE support communications at the moment, we're hoping to branch out and explore how it can help us with broader client outreach going forward.

2000 Followers on LinkedIn!

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We’ve recently surpassed a 2,000 follower milestone on LinkedIn. We’re getting some great feedback on the content we’re posting there. If you’re interested in the intersect of digital marketing, technological innovation and higher education, then you should follow us on…

Finding inspiration for your UI/UX projects

It could also be that your designs feel dated, in which case you need to refresh your design sense to create some fresh interfaces. Most user interface projects tend to be chaotic from the onset, which is usually due to…

How to navigate your brand while transitioning from print to web

In the past, when creating a brand, the primary focus has been on print and ensuring that colours and type are catered more towards the print market. As we move further into the 21st century and into a new decade, a brand's online presence and the way they market themselves online is becoming more and more of a primary focus. In this article, we evaluate how to navigate the transition from print to web.

How important is your homepage?

Ask yourself this question. How important is your homepage? In the age of search engines, smart search, SEO etc, how many people actually land on your homepage and use it as a way to find out the information they are looking for?