Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance

We work on a lot of digital projects - many for our clients and some for ourselves. We regularly face new challenges and changes in technology that, once surmounted, pave the path to new creations, solutions, and deeper understanding. Our blog is our outlet for sharing some of that knowledge. Fuelled by curiosity, a desire to understand and – where possible – answer some of the problems we and our clients face.

How much does a website cost?

How much does a website cost?

One of the obvious questions asked by any prospective client when they get in touch is ‘how much does a website cost’? For the uninitiated, this can be a complete unknown quantity…

Web Agency Glossary

We pride ourselves on not bamboozling clients with jargon, however the reality is that there are still plenty of acronyms and terms which can be a bit bewildering to non-web folk.

What's the value of putting Twitter on your homepage?

Might adding your Twitter feed to your website actually be a bit of an 'own goal'?

TemplaVoila & TYPO3 6.2 LTS

TemplaVoila may not mean much to many of our clients, but they actually use it all the time: it is the templating engine which plays a key role in TYPO3's flexibility.

TYPO3 6.2 LTS has now been released

The latest version of TYPO3 is now available for download, what does this mean for you?

NEOS has arrived - So what is the future for TYPO3?

What is the future for TYPO3 now that NEOS has it time for TYPO3 to retire and let NEOS takeover or is TYPO3 still the best CMS around?

Helpful hints for newbie blog writers

"I'm thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I'm still new to everything. Do you have any helpful hints for newbie blog writers? I'd genuinely appreciate it."

Why we dumped Basecamp and what's the alternative

Why we dumped Basecamp and what's the alternative

Basecamp is a hugely popular and (at least in the web design industry) ubiquitous project management tool used by many web agencies, helping them to manage projects and collaborate with clients.

Why Typo3 V6 is really bugging me

Every software update should be met with excitement by its users, even more so for a major upgrade. Look at major upgrades of Photoshop, Illustrator or even MS Office - the users are clamouring for new features, enhancements and improvements - it is like toys to play with.

De-risk with "content first'

De-risk with "content first'

The core principal of this waterfall process makes perfect sense. So how is it that projects can still go horribly wrong? Is it lack of experience? lack of ability to deliver what the client wants? Difficult clients? Or just the nature of the beast?

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