Getting the train to Brighton everyday means you chat to a lot of people working in the digital world, after all, Brighton is the digital hub of the UK - don’t you know!
Surprisingly, what the majority of my fellow digital workers...
Is marketing a ‘nice to have’ or is it business ‘critical’? Does it mean playing around on Twitter and LinkedIn all day or building a communications strategy for success? I guess the real question should be … ’is Marketing all fluff?’
A slider is a great advertising space on a web site, but there are loads of different tools out there for creating them. We look at a handful of slider plug-ins we've tried out to see which one does the best of job of giving content a boost.
One of the fundamental principals of user centric design is to put the user at the centre of the decision making process, championing the users experience at every step of the planning, design and development process. It is hard...
Our guest blogger - Tom Foulkes explores the need for all companies looking to engage on social platforms to find their ‘Content Generator’....
We are delighted to announce the launch of the new Operations Evaluation (OPEV) website for the African Development Bank
What are these infamous CAPTCHA forms? What are they trying to achieve and is there any reason why we should use them in our websites?
A web site is a global marketing tool, available to anyone with an internet connection. To ensure a site works for as many people as possible, agencies spend a great deal of time tinkering with the technicalities of making a site...
'Social Media' – a buzz word that is all the rage at the moment. But what is it exactly ? is it mostly about Facebook and Twitter ? or is there more going on ? how does it effect me or my organisation ? In this article we will have a look at the many diverse and sometimes surprising areas that social media could be said to touch upon.
With buzzwords like 'responsive design' (What is a 'responsive' web site) and 'mobile first' dominating web talk, many of our clients are asking about how they can optimize their site for mobile devices. A year or two ago most of...
Mobile browsing is expected to overtake desktop-based internet access within the next three years. Therefore, it's important that your website is delivering all its juicy content to the user in the clearest, most accessible way possible, regardless of device or screen size.
An Open Source CMS can offer a much better solution than the commercial options, not only offering significant cost savings, but also providing a more mature set of features and functions. NGO's, charities and corporates really need to make sure they fully consider choosing an Open Source CMS and the TCO (total cost of ownership) is likely to be significantly less.
Apple have made a bold move to ditch Google Maps for opensource and customisable options. It marks a serious change in how maps will look on mobile, are web sites destined to follow?
2012 is yet another year that has seen extraordinary growth in mobile devices in the developed economies, as well as the range of services these devices provide. We examine a few highlights of where this industry currently is.......and where it may be heading.
Now the dust has settled and the 26th May deadline for implementing the ICO'S cookie legislation has passed, we can take stock of where things stand.
We are frequently asked by our clients, how they can use Social Media more effectively to raise awareness for their cause or business objective. Here's a quick Beginners Guide to help those that are starting out.
More and more NGO's are realising the importance of Mobile and are embracing the new technologies that this platform allows. One recent notable development is the African Development Bank partnering up with Mobile Accord for the processing of mobile-based surveys throughout Africa using GeoPoll.