Chrome: the rise and fall and rise again

Edd Sowden's recently released browser matrix stats shows some fascinating patterns in usage for GOV.UK and the tool has also been made available on GitHub and for anyone to use. So what does it show for the Edge Hill website? The most striking thing to me is the upgrade cycle for Chrome. With a 7 day bucket … Continue reading Chrome: the rise and fall and rise again

A/B testing the mega menu

This week we've started experimenting with A/B tests on elements of our site design. The first results are coming in and show us some small but not insignificant improvements can be made. Spot the difference in our mega menu: We've been testing how many people visit the Undergraduate homepage from the mega menu - Google … Continue reading A/B testing the mega menu

Department of Psychology website

Yesterday we launched a new website for the Department of Psychology. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikenolan/5841573955/ It's our first live fully integrated WordPress website and starts to show what's possible. It's taken less than two days to create and while some content was migrated from the DSAPS website in that time we also implemented a new WordPress homepage template … Continue reading Department of Psychology website

Browser Support

A couple of weeks ago, Google announced that from 1 August 2011 they will be changing the way they support web browsers for their Google Apps products including Gmail. Their blog post gives a little more information: For web applications to spring even farther ahead of traditional software, our teams need to make use of … Continue reading Browser Support