Online technologies are changing fast. This section is here to give you a helping hand understanding what’s new and how to make the best use of everything that’s out there.

We like to adapt our creative processes and design methods to stay on track and deliver the best possible solutions for our clients. This might be anything from new printing methods to alternative online marketing tips.


What is a bounce rate?

7 November, 2013 by
If a website user only visits one page and then exits, they can be said to have ‘bounced’ out of the site. 

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Three things you can do to improve your online shop

24 October, 2013 by
We’re often asked how to turn a good online shop into an amazing online shop. So here are three of Lingo’s favourite tips on how to make your customers love your e-commerce store even more than they do already.

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What is a cookie?

10 October, 2013 by
Unfortunately cookies of the website variety have nothing to do with the Great British Bake Off and aren’t anywhere near as delicious as their name might suggest.

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What are website breadcrumbs?

4 October, 2013 by
Whether you are lost in the depths of an extensive, multi-page website or a dark and scary Bavarian Forest, breadcrumbs can help you to find your way home.

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Colour Consistency in Design

6 August, 2013 by
Or how to make sure your logo is always crimson and never maroon. Colour, and the way we describe it, is a very subjective thing.

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Soft Launch; it’s nicer that way

12 July, 2013 by
Lingo Design’s new website is in ‘soft launch’ phase. We’ve been working hard for a good few months on an updated design and content flow feature.

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Why not to run Facebook promotions involving ‘Like’ or ‘Share’

27 June, 2013 by
Let’s say that you have a Facebook page for your business and one day you think; “Wouldn’t it be great if I could just get a few more ‘Likes’.

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Post-launch Love

4 June, 2013 by
Don’t neglect your website after it has gone live! Ongoing maintenance and support contracts can be tailored to your individual needs and will ensure that you and your site get ongoing ‘love’ and support.

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Social Media

4 June, 2013 by
You don’t need a marketing agency…. …to use Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or any of the other social networks that have proliferated over the last few years.

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Content Marketing & Blogging

4 June, 2013 by
Become the online authority for your industry. The more fresh, engaging and authoritative content on your website the better regarded it will be by search engines.

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Ten Tips on Finding Your Social Voice

30 May, 2013 by
Why should businesses use social media? We could write a whole book on this subject, but for most businesses, it boils down to one thing: positive engagement with your audience, ultimately offering an additional route to conversion.

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Love your website?

8 February, 2013 by
Like all relationships, the one you have with your website can be difficult at times, but a little TLC goes a long way in updating your pages and giving a warm loving glow to your visitors.

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