3rd October 2017

My site is down, help!

In this quick-post we’re going back-to-basics, covering things you should check if your website is down and a summary of the administrative checks that need to be in place for website to stay online.

This article was posted in Client Guides, Quick Tips by Emily Owen

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Validating your Google Event tracking is working can be a tricky business. This blog post walks you through checking the data being sent to Google Analytics, so you can verify the information is correct.

This article was posted in Development, SEO by Mike Street

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CMS Showdown: TYPO3 v WordPress - Which is the best?

For most websites a Content Management System (CMS) is an essential tool that can help you create and manage your website more easily. There are of course many CMS’s - with strange names, and very different features - but which is the best?

This article was posted in Client Guides by Pranath Fernando

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From hashtags to emojis, RTs to followers...Twitter can seem like a whole new world with it’s own language. So where to begin? In this guide we are going to talk through the basics of Twitter to get you started and help you understand best practice.

This article was posted in Client Guides by Candice Underwood

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Navigation drop-downs, or mega menus as they are sometimes dubbed, are becoming more and more common on the web. A drop-down menu is a navigation block which appears when a link is clicked (or hovered) - a good example of this can...

This article was posted in UX, Development by Mike Street

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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.

This article was posted in Design by Finn Taylor

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Webpack is a javascript module bundler that became one of the most popular and important front-end tools for modern web development. This blog post walks you through setting up Webpack 3 with Gulp so you can start to utilise it’s powerful features.

This article was posted in Development by João Augusto

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Digital is now the new normal, and your online presence can often be the first point of contact a customer has with your brand. Just as high street stores have to cater for the needs of the physically impaired, businesses also need to ensure that their sites are accessible to everyone, including those who might have disabilities or physical impairments which might affect how they interact with websites or digital products.

This article was posted in Development, Quick Tips by Owen Priestley

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Render conf

On 30th March, I took the many trains over the many hours required to get to Oxford from Brighton and attended Render Conf. In it’s second year, this conference already seems to have gained quite an online following. The line-up was jam-packed full of reputable names you’ve heard and people with brains jam-packed full of info.

This article was posted in Musings by Mike Street

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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.

This article was posted in Musings, Design by Finn Taylor

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