Specialist graphic designers and web developers based in Staffordshire, UK



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Information… About this Site

You are looking at the official website for Creation design & marketing — Specialist graphic designers and web developers based in Staffordshire, UK. We create the very best in graphic design and accessible websites for all of our clients both nationally and internationally.

Creating the site

This site is designed on Macs using Adobe Photoshop and created on Windows XP using Dreamweaver, PHP 4 and MySQL. Our hosting is provided by Phurix. Fonts used include Interstate Condensed and 04b-24 within graphic elements, and Helvetica for live text.

All content has been conceived, compiled, written and submitted by members of the Creation team.

We welcome your feedback and suggestions for improvement to our website. Please send your comments to

Subscriptions and web feeds

This website has multiple feeds which allow you to be informed when new content is published. Feeds are commonly know as RSS. You can find more information about news feeds on the BBC website.

You can find feeds for the following information:

Document strucure, Validation and Browser Support

The content of each page is marked up in structural HTML. All design related images and style is applied with CSS. Applications can be configured to turn off this style and present the pure semantic markup.

The website follows the World Wide Web Consortium recommendations for HTML and CSS and strives to have valid codes throughout. Accessibility also is important and this website follows many of the checkpoints outlined in the W3C Web Accessibilty Initiative Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

Progessive enhancement is used throughout the website in the form of both CSS and JavaScript (jQuery). Every effort has been taken so that information is accessible when these technologies are unavailable.

This website aims to operate fully featured in modern web browsers, including (but not exclusive to):

  • Internet Explorer 6+
  • Mozilla Firefox 1.5+
  • Opera
  • Safari

Accesskey Information

Most Web browsers support jumping to specific links by typing keys defined on the Web site. In Windows, you can press Alt + an access key (if you are using Internet Explorer, press Return to follow the link); on Macintosh, you can press Control + an access key.

The accesskeys used throughout this website are based on the UK Government's recommendations.

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Font resizing

Font sizes throughout this website are defined relatively, which means that they are determined by the browser preferences. Text can be resized using the following common commands:

  • View→Text Size
  • View→Text Zoom
  • View→Zoom
  • Ctrl++/Ctrl+-