June and her team at My Mustard a PPC agency based in Hemel Hempstead, have been happy customers of Indigo Tree for years. We’ve always had a great relationship, and […]
Here are a few examples we’ve plucked from the Internet for your inspiration. We quite often use GreenSock and ScrollMagic because they are among the most powerful animation and scroll-animating libraries.
Deciding what to animate as a designer can be difficult, particularly because everything you do has to be expressed in code. And not everything can be. This post is first in a series that aims to help you identify some things you might like to keep in mind when designing for interactions.
Indigo Tree are keen to make sure we integrate well with our design teams. We’ve been working with some of you for many years, so we know the pitfalls that can arise for designers as well as developers working together on web projects. To reduce these issues, we have produced a resource that we hope will help us communicate better with our esteemed colleagues.
Archived: At Indigo Tree we no longer use Bootstrap in our theme so the instructions in this post may no longer apply. In today’s age of mobile devices, responsive design […]
If you’ve never used image editing software before, you’ll be in for a surprise when you come to save the files. Adobe Photoshop has over twenty formats to choose from, […]
“When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps.” Google […]
At the moment for my business to consumer website clients, mobile visits are typically around 20% of all website visitors, so it is important to consider the experience of the […]
Do you notice the favicon for the Indigo Tree website next to the url in your browser? It is the little square box with the ‘LT’ and is also displayed […]
Colours can change our mood, in a blue room you may feel more relaxed and calm, whereas in a yellow room you may feel anxious. So what difference does colour […]