Choosing the right Content Management System (CMS) is one of the most important steps in building a web site that needs to grow, adapt and withstand anything the wild seas of the internet can throw at it.
Times have changed on the web. Especially when it comes to choosing what fonts to use on your website.
In a recent BBC Interview with the Cabinet Office a spokesperson revealed that many Government sites will not meet the 26th of May deadline when the amendment to the Privacy and Electronic Communications regulation comes into...
It’s unlikely you’ve been asked the above question before now or, at least, not on a regular basis. Come May 2012 however, the EU Cookie Directive could make this or similar questions a regular staple to our everyday web browsing.
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Launching a brand new site is usually a key event in the diary of any business or organisation. Excitement, anxiety, and a 101 other emotions combine with the nitty gritty tasks of getting the site content in, as well as getting the site looking right with the assistance of your web designer.
Once you have attended to the key points needed to launch your site and you are in the fortunate position of having more time to improve the launching of your new site – you may want to consider the following with your web designer:
CMS, great, another acronym to add to the ever-growing pile of acronyms that towers over the web newcomer.
We are living in an joyous age where the internet is becoming a much more design savvy and vibrant environment. The use of illustration is playing a massive part in this and can be seen all over the web in a whole range of sectors.
It's hard to escape stories in the papers or on television about the way social media such as Twitter is effecting day to day life: from defying court injunctions to releasing gagged information, to helping organise revolutions in repressive regimes. How then is this new medium impacting on businesses?