UX

Everything we make is made to be used: read, heard, pushed, swiped, clicked, followed, interacted with. Hard edges must be smoothed and blunt instruments sharpened. Users carry the web we’ve made with them and it must be ready to work on whatever they have to hand. From prototypes to product, from wireframe to web app, and all the research, analysis and testing in between, there are at least twenty-four ways.

  1. Performance On A Shoe String

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    Drew McLellan rounds off our series with a look at the challenges facing a site that needs to cope with occasional peaks in traffic without spending out on high-performance hosting that’s not needed for the majority of the time. Come behind the scenes at 24 ways and see how we keep the site online through the month of December each year. Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night!

    Impress your friends with ‘Performance On A Shoe String’