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.
In this short TYPO3 tutorial I show you several ways to hide a page in the TYPO3 content management system. I cover how to hide a page from pubic viewing, how to hide a page from search engines or website search, how to hide a page from the website menu and several ways you can combine these methods to achieve the desired level of visibility for a page. Hiding pages in TYPO3 is a useful technique whilst populating new content but can also be helpful when creating bespoke content for marketing, landing pages etc.
In this video I start with a basic news record and expand it to show you how content blocks open up many opportunities for creating flexible layouts within TYPO3 records.
In this short video we cover how to add record based content in typo3. Record based content is used by TYPO3 for any kind of content that requires a consistent layout and the ability to filter. Examples of record based content types are news, people, offices, events or publication although its uses have almost unlimited possibilities.
Embracing a new technology requires your mind to expand to encapsulate it but how many of us have the time to plough into a new technology just for the fun of learning it these days? Read on to learn from my journey from fuzzy, WordPress comfort zone and into the unknown abyss of TYPO3.
How to choose consistent brand colours? Should we be aiming for consistency across print and screens or choosing colours that work best for each?
For many organisations, the company website is used by staff on a daily basis as a go-to resource – which may well be exactly as you'd hoped – however, when it’s also the main marketing tool and a key measure of engagement with your desired audience, it becomes necessary to separate this internal traffic from visitor analytics so that the visitor data is not skewed.
We recently designed and built a data portal which collects disaggregated data from multiple sources from 40 countries for Leonard Cheshire and The Department for International Development. This data is presented on the portal in a series of visualizations across 16 development indicators, grouped into the four themes of inclusive education, economic empowerment, technology/innovation and stigma/discrimination.