It is still common to consider a desktop version of your new website, before working on a mobile friendly version. However, trying to create a mobile friendly alternative to your shiny new desktop website can cause functionality issues and make it a nightmare to navigate. With this in mind, more and more people are now considering mobile first when setting up a new website; let’s take a look at why this is and what the benefits are.

Think mobile first when planning your new website


With the first Christmas decorations in the shops, and another year nearly gone, it's time to reflect  on new trends and changes in the world of web design. Some of these trends have been gaining popularity over the last couple of years, whereas others are brand new for 2014. We take a look at some of the best and brightest web design trends to be seen this year, from the simple to the awe-inspiring.


If you’ve been in business for a while, then you may have noticed some changes in the way you acquire customers. In the beginning there was a lot of shoe leather and petrol used pounding the streets, hitting the phones, sending out mail shots, and just generally being loud and getting your foot in the door in order to win business. Now, it seems as though more and more customers are coming to you, without you having to grab the megaphone and announce who you are or what you sell  Inbound marketing is starting to take over from the traditional hard sell; let’s take a look at how and why this is happening.


London, 14th June 2012: Artonezero is pleased to announce that it has acquired the web business of Venus Business Systems, comprising the website design service and web hosting facilities.  Rob Cooper, senior web developer at Venus is becoming a director of Artonezero and will work with us to ensure a smooth transition for Venus clients.

Mike Lloyd, MD of Artonezero said, "In the short term most Venus clients will probably be unaware of the changes on a day to day basis, but we hope in the longer term the service to our web clients will be significantly enhanced. One immediate benefit will be access to a more modern web/domain hosting platform and the option of control panel access for domains if required."

Justin Keery, MD of Venus said, "Because of our focus on providing high speed fibre Internet services, which is what we are all about these days, we have arranged for a quality organisation with a long history of working with Venus to take over our domain and web site hosting services. We have known the managing director Mike Lloyd for over 10 years, ... you will be in good hands."

For more information, call 020 301 103 90, or email Mike Lloyd at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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