Posts by Sarah Graveling

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What website do you wish you had designed and why?

28 January 2009 | Sarah Graveling

I should imagine that most web designers acknowledge the greatness of some of the major players. The Guardian for making an astonishing amount of content accessible and user-friendly. The BBC for encouraging users to tailor […]

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Adopt a Blog #1 www.perezhilton.com

5 January 2009 | Sarah Graveling

I like celebrity gossip. I LOVE a pop/rock biography, read the celebrity pages in the daily newspapers on the tube and regularly buy cheap celeb magazines for long train journeys (excuse). But, there is a […]

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The best websites in the world ever….vol. 37

5 December 2008 | Sarah Graveling

Well, there are websites and there are websites… There is shopping. After buying a very expensive dress and never wearing it I’ve banned myself from www.netaporter.com, they just make it all FAR too easy, but […]

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Fonts and me

8 August 2008 | Sarah Graveling

Like many designers I have phases of favourite fonts. I can see through the past work I’ve done what font era I was in. These phases are not a fickle love, but many months when […]

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Accessibility – Image replacement

14 July 2008 | Sarah Graveling

Up until recently we have always used Fahrner Image Replacement (FIR) technique on our sites because this is great for when stylesheets are turned off. This is important as our focus is on SEO and […]

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I hate PowerPoint – Part 2

26 June 2008 | Sarah Graveling

I’ve found my solution to my PowerPoint headache. Keynote! Well, not exactly a solution as being the only fulltime mac user in the office, my colleagues seem rather reluctant to drag themselves away from PowerPoint […]

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I hate PowerPoint – Part 1

13 May 2008 | Sarah Graveling

It’s clumsy and very hard to make content look pretty. Generally, the use of drop shadows and fading photographs or photographic backgrounds wouldn’t normally be appreciated on the web or print, but for some reason […]

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To build or not to build?

2 May 2008 | Sarah Graveling

This is a reoccurring question that is often discussed amongst web designers, especially when interviewing for new designers at Tamar. Tamar is relatively unique in that we have always employed web designers that can build […]

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Hello China!

5 March 2008 | Sarah Graveling

We’ve recently opened an office in Shanghai and are in the process of introducing Chinese translations to our branding, website etc. I wanted to do some research first to get some tips on how we […]

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Is bigger really better…?

28 February 2008 | Sarah Graveling

Not the usual argument I’m afraid.I’m talking about the size that we build websites. We currently build all our sites to 800×600 as best practice and have done for the last 8 years, but recently […]

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