Finn Taylor

Finn Taylor

Finn is a founding director of Liquid Light, and he still (after 22 years of web design) likes to get involved in projects. When he is not worrying about the clients, he is studying Chinese medicine, working with young criminals and doing spartan challenges.

7 reasons to replace Wordpress & find a more powerful alternative

Whilst WordPress is the worlds most popular CMS, there are some very good reasons for finding an alternative to Wordpress.

15 reasons to love TYPO3 CMS

Why 15 years of experience using TYPO3 has convinced us it is the CMS of choice for both agencies & clients.

CMS alternatives to AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) & Sitecore

Although AEM and Sitecore both share powerful features, there are a number of reasons you might want to consider an alternative content management system for your website.

Understanding the difference between brand and corporate identity.

We all know that brand manual is an essential aspect of briefing a designer, so why do so many fall short of delivering the brand story, instead giving a set of logo usage guidelines?

GDPR and my email marketing database - what now?

Does GDPR mean I have to delete my entire email marketing database?

4 steps to making your website GDPR compliant

So you know enough about GDPR to worry, but have been struggling to work out what this means for your website, then this is for you!

Google Analytics (GA) and GDPR - whats the deal....can I use it?

As a website owner, GDPR is probably scaring you, so the question is is Google Analytics GDPR compliant?

Making your website GDPR compliant: initial thoughts

As a website owner you are going to have to take note of GDPR legislation, as there are a number of issues to deal with to ensure you are compliant, saving you from any scary €20 Million fines!

8 simple steps to writing an effective design brief

A project can live or die depending on the strength of a design brief, so it is essential that your design brief is well thought out and that it offers your agency clarity and insight into your brand.

5 essential points to remember, when defining your USP

Key to any design briefing will be the agencies ability to understand you, what you do and how you interact with your customers and stakeholders.

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