The first one I saw was either Heliophanus cupreus or flavipes. I can't make out which because it is a juvenile specimen and it's not really possible to make out the leg markings (which are the other useful identifying feature) from the photo. Both species can be present together, although from memory previous mature specimens from here have been flavipes. The yellow palps are an even more day-glo colour in life than is obvious from the photo and are used in elaborate courtship dances.
The second species which (like H cupreus and flavipes) is very common, was probably Salticus scenicus more commonly known as the Zebra spider from the black and white markings on its thorax and abdomen. I say probably because again it was an immature specimen.
Salticid spiders stalk and actively hunt their prey rather than set webs and wait. Those large eyes give very acute vision, and they will track and follow any nearby moving object even turning to peer intently at your face or camera as it looms toward them.