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10 of my favourite homepage designs

A simple headline, premise and article; here are my favourite homepages of the moment.

Of course, there are more than ten websites on the internet, so feel free to disagree with me.

And for further selections of excellent web design, read our posts on beautifully persuasive ecommerce sites and 20 homepages with video background images.

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Estate agent apps: one part of the customer experience they actually get right

I’m currently going through the joyful process of buying a flat in London, which means my phone is full to the brim with estate agent apps.

Due to the prolonged, addictive and often frantic nature of searching online for somewhere to live, these apps are incredibly useful and make the whole process marginally more manageable.

Thankfully having almost completed on our flat purchase (touch wood) I’m ready to delete them all and free up some space on my phone.

But before I do, here’s a run-through of what makes these apps so useful.

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Eight ways estate agents can make the most of mobile

Like most people I’m not a huge fan of estate agents, but like most people I’m also nosey and want to peek inside homes down my street.

This means that even though I am not in the market for a new home I find myself browsing estate agent websites more frequently than I perhaps should.

In general my snooping takes place on my mobile phone after I’ve spotted a ‘for sale’ sign while strolling to the tube, and as I don’t want to believe that I’m the only person in the world guilty of this behaviour I feel that mobile is an area that estate agents should be looking to exploit.

If someone sees a house up for sale or rent and wants to know more then it’s a good idea to allow them to access the details there and then, otherwise they may forget to look up the information when they finally get home or to work.

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