Web Design

The creative services provided by 4mation Technologies include Graphic Design, Web Design, Branding and Microsites. Read on to learn more about our design work, along with some industry news and insights.

4 eCommerce Trends and Technologies You Need to Know in 2020

By Project Planning and Management, SEO, Technology, Web Design October 14, 2019

Thanks to today’s technology, many consumers have begun to prefer shopping online to shopping in-person. In 2018, worldwide retail e-commerce sales reached $2.86 trillion, with Australians spending $21.3 billion in online shopping. 
Aside from consumer demand, technology is playing a pivotal role in reshaping the e-commerce landscape. According to recent studies, in 2015, less

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8 User Experience Design Trends You Need to Know About in 2020

By Web Design September 29, 2019

There’s a reason why we’ve been covering user experience (UX) so much recently. There’s simply no escaping UX design in today’s world. Intentional or not, someone is there to make decisions about an interaction that’s now as common and important as human to human interaction — the one between human and product.
UX has

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Introducing Ben, Head of UX - 4mation Technologies

Introducing 4mation’s Head of UX: Ben De Mot

By Web Design September 23, 2019

With real passion for user experience and many years working in this area, we’re delighted to welcome Ben to the 4mation team. Get to know Ben, learn more about what inspires him, and find out about what brought him to 4mation. 
What was it that attracted you to 4mation?
4mation has been around for

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5 Reasons Why UX Design is Important For Your Business - 4mation Technologies

5 Reasons Why UX Design is Important For Your Business

By Agile Development, Web Design, Web Development September 10, 2019

Chances are, most professionals will be familiar with the term UX, or user experience. The concept is widespread and with good reason — every dollar invested in UX brings $100 in return. Now those are results that most businesses should be looking to enjoy. 
UX has been around since Apple coined the term in

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Don’t Let Design Weigh Down Your Website Performance

By Web Design January 31, 2018

Could your graphic assets and images be weighing your page speed down?

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4mation Runs Training on Responsive Web Design

By Web Design July 8, 2013

Our Creative team have been responsible for our internal training sessions in recent weeks and have just finished running a two-part training program on responsive design. Part One covered “The Theory and Concept Behind Responsive Web Design”. Part 2 was much more practical with a presentation on “How to Implement a Responsive Design”.

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How Icons Can Improve Your Website’s Performance

By Web Design May 14, 2013

Does your website have a great design and good content, but poor performance? Do you feel like there must be something more you can do to improve engagement with your site and increase conversions?
If so, it may be worth looking at the use of icons on your site.
Icons have always been present

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Communicating Facts and Figures in an Interesting and Efficient Way

By Web Design April 15, 2013

Sometimes you need to communicate a lot of statistical information to get your point across, however giving someone a large slab of text full of facts and figures is often the quickest way to put them to sleep! So how do you get your message across in an interesting and efficient way without driving

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Responsive Web Design: What Is It, and How Can It Help My Business Succeed?

By Web Design March 18, 2013

Responsive websites are all the rage these days, but with a valid reason. When designed with users and performance in mind, they can make the biggest difference when working towards your business goals.

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Why is Web Accessibility Important?

By Web Design January 30, 2013

The World Wide Web has become an essential resource for accessing and sharing information, and interacting with other people on a variety of different levels. But for people with disabilities, as well as aging populations, visually impared people, people situated in remote areas and people with temporary injuries, it can be challenging to use

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