Website Creation or Update

Having a website is considered a primary step on the road to setting oneself up for future commercial or social success. For those that have reached this correct conclusion, soon thereafter, should begin the work of regular content creation.

  • Websites should be colourful - but not glaring or confusing.
  • They should be attractive, drawing the visitor to look and invest more of their time to the site.
  • Their content should be memorable - enough to later stay within people's minds for brand and reputation enhancement.

Having the right type of content and how it best comes across to the viewer, is just as important as a thousand edited words. Finding or creating those graphics which says what you want it to correct say, can be a job in itself - a task not to be taken lightly. C&G through a client consultation process, would bring to web viewers, the best accurate set of images. The aim: to accurate say what a client is is hoping to get across in message, to the world.


Setting The Tone

The images put on display can be neutral, provocative, invite engagement - all of the above or some - depending on what you want.

To do it successfully takes time and more learning. This is a process which those running an established businesses or hoping to start one, might find too time consuming or an additional stress factor not needed. C&G is able to manage this possible issue away from already burdened, work shoulders.

You tell us as best you can what direction you wish to head in. We are there to make life easier so you can get on with doing more of what you wish to greater concentrate on. Clear And Graphic is here to allow you as a client, to concentrate on what you know best, being able to get on with other tasks you would rather be doing. Allow us to step up, so you can step away and continue to build on your future ideas.

GDPR Compliance.

GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of all EU citizens for sharing that occur within EU member states. Non-compliance could be costly to companies. Here’s what every company that does business in Europe needs to know about GDPR.

The European Parliament adopted the GDPR in April 2016, replacing an outdated data protection directive from 1995. It carries provisions that require businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. The GDPR also regulates the exportation of personal data outside the EU.

The provisions are consistent across all 28 EU member states, which means that companies have just one standard to meet within the EU. However, that standard is quite high and will require most companies to make a large investment to meet and to administer.

What types of privacy data does the GDPR protect?

  • Basic identity information such as name, address and ID numbers
  • Web data such as location, IP address, cookie data and RFID tags
  • Health and genetic data
  • Biometric data
  • Racial or ethnic data
  • Political opinions
  • Sexual orientation

Make sure your business is compliant today. Contact Clear And Graphic if you have any queries. Click HERE.


76%+ European rate of mobile broadband subscription

In 2016 a crucial point has been crossed in terms of internet usage. 51.3% of global users are using their hand-held devices to access and also buy across digital wireless networks - in other words their tablets or their mobile phones.

This is a significant 'Rubicon' point in the history of internet usage in a number of ways. For a start, the continuing global drop in the use of desktop PC's and laptops (bad news itself, for those manufacturing those items) is again, leaving some people, services and businesses in marketing, lagging behind - and they are largely unaware of it.

Many sectors, already struggling to even start their approach to creating their own internet presence along with adoption of skills needed to do so, now has to get their heads around the fact that those already accessing 'the net', are changing their methods in how they do so.

Such is the fast speed of change in information technology and how it's accessed or applied, many today face a constant struggle of 'catch-up' just in order to maintain their now vital digital online existence.

For those who have maintained a previous form of internet presence, they too have to again, address the format structure of their online locations. In other words, for years many constructed websites were built for viewing across computer or laptop screen. It was thought that for a long time, this would be the main method that the internet would be majority accessed and viewed. This is no longer the case.

The raging speed of technology and social behaviour change, brought about in part due to a greater digital connected world, is now also forcing those already online with their web locations, to go back to the drawing board and rebuild their visual presence.

Websites out of date.

If we were to speak in time length terms of human existence, the age of the internet would be a possible blink of an eye within that extensive period. Yet, within that very brief timespan alone, the invention of the internet and subsequent public use, much has fast changed.

Old websites, physical look constructed for the way it was thought they would be viewed for some time, now have to be redesigned. These existing web locations do not screen alter themselves to accommodate the fast changing methods in which they are now further viewed. Old style websites do not have the capability to recognise that they are being accessed on a smaller screens such as a phone or wireless tablet.

In order for individuals, services and businesses to continue a now vital online existence, they have to switch their website content to a new form of web-page structure called a "Responsive Website".

In order to ensure better penetration into national and global markets, they must have websites that is able to physical screen adjust themselves according to the digital device that they are accessed from.

Old designed web sites not 'responsive', show themselves running off the screens to the side, on today's phones and tablets. Viewers are left frustrated by having to do a lot of scrolling from side to side, back and forth, in order just to be able to full view an online location. Web browsers quickly seeing that they face such a frustrating task, instead often switch away, to find a more easier accessible location. Automatic responsive websites are now vital.

The implication is obvious - if some are not able to reach a desired audience through mobile access, if some are not providing an easy mobile experience, those same people and any similar business too, will miss out on clear advantages now available - that are being used by competing competitors.

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