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User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) are two of the most talked-about areas in web design at the moment. More and more companies are beginning to realise their importance since the focus has shifted to the customer journey, what it feels like, and how it can be improved. So where do UX and UI developments begin and end? And how can we tell them apart?
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2016 has been a year filled with great web designs. With a clear focus on quality and customer satisfaction, we have seen design becoming practical and user-friendly as well as eye-catching and attractive. 

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We are very pleased to have been able to help our clients at Central Mailing Services improve their enquiries and improve their business by building them a brand new website.

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You are now able to look around the brand new, responsive Clean4Shaw website, designed and built by the team at Freetimers.

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We are currently in the process of redesigning the website for Cotswold Airport to bring it fully up to date and provide the ultimate user experience.

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We are pleased to announce that the website we have designed and built for Aaron Fencing is now live.

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After lots of hard work from everyone in the team, we have now been able to launch our brand new Freetimers admin panel dashboard design for eCommerce online businesses.

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The Freetimers team are very pleased to announce that the new website we have designed for Hampton Frames is now live.

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We are pleased to announce the launch of the iLifeMyLife.com website, a major and complex project that has now been completed by our team of website programmers, designers and business analysts.

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At Freetimers, we deliver an all-round service to our clients. One of our recent projects has seen us working with our existing clients at the Lifting Equipment Store to renew and update their branding, making sure it is truly representative of them and their business.

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We are delighted to be able to present the brand new UK Stoves website, which has undergone an entire redesign.

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We are very pleased to share with you the brand new responsive website we have built for UK Sleepers.

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Freetimers recently added Mcgeesuk.co.uk to our design portfolio. The established, family-run hire and drinks provider required an elegant, responsive and professional brochure site, and our team of designers and developers certainly delivered.

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Freetimers is pleased to announce that the Harrogate Maids website is now live. The family run housekeeping business came to us looking for an elegant, simple brochure website and that’s exactly what our developers and designers delivered

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It’s all too easy to focus on the visual elements of a website, but user experience design (UXD) is required if you’re looking to encourage visitors to do more of things you want them to, whilst increasing their enjoyment. UXD is not possible without a strong understanding on your target audience, and our work involves thorough planning, research and testing (on a range of devices).

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According to Comscore (the Online Analytics Company), mobile platforms such as tablets and smartphones accounted for 60% of ‘total digital media time spent’ (between February 2013 and May 2014). With more people now browsing the internet on mobile phones and using their handheld devices to carry out tasks (that could once only be completed using a computer), it has never been more important to make sure your website is up to speed and user-friendly for mobile visitors.

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Back in 2012, the digital analytics firm Comscore predicted that the number of mobile device users will exceed the number of desktop users in 2014. The prediction was also touched on several months ago, and Google weighed in stating they “wouldn’t be surprised” if mobile search queries exceeded desktop queries this year.

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Content can bring a website to life, it also gives visitors and customers the information they need to understand your business and your products and services, and it’s imperative to have a design that accommodates engaging content.

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