Statistics show that more than 50 percent of the time someone visits a website in 2018, they are doing so via a mobile phone. This really changes the game when it comes to website design.

If you’re having a new website built for your business, one of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is which content management system (CMS) to use. 

Website hacking is more common than you may think, and when it comes to website security, a bandaid solution won’t cut it.

The usability of your website can have a critical impact on its success. In fact, according to, recent research suggests that usability is even more important than the attractiveness of your website. In short, if your website is usable, it will be perceived as more attractive.

Given current trends, it’s highly likely that the majority of visitors to your website will access via a mobile phone, smart phone or tablet. Are you ready for them?

Designing a website involves considering a number of unique elements which are not found in other design mediums. These elements change as online trends and technologies evolve and disregarding them can have a dramatic impact on the success of your website, brand and business.

As web browsing on smart phones and tablets continues to grow, having a mobile and tablet friendly website is no longer a nice to have but a central component of any web design project.

At Joyer we are constantly bombarded with emails from "so-called" SEO experts telling us our own website has Google errors, has bad links, low search rankings and can be improved if we contact the company.

Google released a new mobile friendly algorithm update this month (referred to by many as Mobilegeddon) after months of speculation and rumours on the impact and severity of the penalties for non-mobile friendly websites.

I recently found this article, 7 future web design trends and thought it was a great summary of some current and future trends that websites need to consider.

Drupal 8, a new major version of the popular open source content management website platform, was launched on the 19th of November after almost 5 years of development.

It has been approximately 6 months since a new version of Drupal, version 8, was officially released. What is out verdict on the latest version.