Should Your Website Use Long Scrolling Pages?

You’ve probably seen them everywhere; loved some and hated others. Long scrolling websites have evolved from a need to give impatient users on mobiles, tablets, smart TVs (and don’t forget desktops) everything they want and no more, in the shortest possible time and in the most engaging way. NZ’s most well known example could be Xero. One of my favourite is Spotify. Well built responsive long scrolling pages tend to be more engaging because a series of concise content pieces are highly visual, easily digested. Each section of content tends to be contained by a single screen regardless of the

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Welcome Kaeli

Anyware is delighted to welcome Kaeli Bunt to our team. Kaeli joins us to help with admin, client support and other stuff so you may talk to her next time you call or email us. We’re also very sad to lose Kim. Kim has been a fantastic addition to the team over the last couple of years and is moving in to the health and beauty industry. Good luck and Kim and we hope you love it!

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Read Our Latest Newsletter

This month Phil shows you how to earn more from your web site marketing machine by breaking your big scary project into tasty wee morsels. Ask any good business coach how to achieve something big and they’ll tell you to break it into small pieces and schedule regular time in your calendar. You’ll nibble at the pieces and get it done. Nowhere is this technique more effective (or necessary) than improving your web site marketing machine. Read newsletter

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Anyware’s new blog is live

Now you can get your Anyware web design tips from our blog, facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn change the rules on a regular basis so we’ve moved our content to our web site. What will happen to your content if Facebook changes the rules and bans you?

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