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Kevin Fouche

Kevin Fouche is the Director of Pixel Fish.
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8 Cutting-Edge Web Design Trends to Incorporate Into Your Website

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Nov 4, 2020

The progression of web design has always rushed forward at a break-neck pace. In the last year, we've seen some incredible new web design trends appear and old favourite trends come back to light.

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Topics: Website Design

7 Strategic Benefits of Mobile Responsive Website Design

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Oct 2, 2020

Today in 2020 at the dawn of Google's Mobile-First policy, 51.5% of all website visits come through mobile devices. This percentage rose steadily from 2015 (31% mobile web users) to 2017 when the 51% average mobile browsing trend was established.

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Topics: Mobile Responsive Design

10 Signs Your Outdated Website Should Be Upgraded to WordPress

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Aug 27, 2020

In today's internet ecosystem, there are two types of websites: Those built on a CMS platform and those built without. WordPress is the leading CMS website platform, trusted by millions of businesses and individuals, making up about a third of total websites In the whole world-wide-web. There are some fantastic WordPress websites out there, and some amazing WordPress developers to make them. And when it comes to a reliable business website that does everything and can be easily kept at the cutting-edge, a modular platform website like WordPress is your best available tool.

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Topics: WordPress, Website Design

10 Ways to Improve the Search Rank of Your WordPress Website

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Aug 20, 2020

Making a great WordPress website has become a race to create great content. Visual art makes your pages beautiful, and aesthetics help pull the eye to your key assets. Written work inspires the mind and creates confidence with your customers. Those who want to trust your expertise need only read your blog. There has been a huge push toward human-relatability in web design and content. However, this can all be a distraction from a core element: visibility.

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Topics: Search Engine Optimisation, WordPress

WordPress Website Image Best Practices for SEO, Speed and Engagement

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Aug 14, 2020

Every website must have images. Images add depth, detail, colour, and meaning to an otherwise uniform website experience. Images highlight your point, draw the eye, funnel leads, and make the difference between one website page and another. When building a website with WordPress, the use of your images is especially important. WordPress makes it easy use images in appealing and customisable way. Your business can shape your brand based on the images you choose and how to use them.

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Topics: Search Engine Optimisation, WordPress