Schema markup is a method of adding extra tags to your website in order to help machines, such as Google, understand the data. It can help identity key bits of information such as your address or reviews of your services. This enables users find you or trust you quicker. This blog post explains more about Schema and how you can use it.

This article was posted in Development, Client Guides by Mike Street

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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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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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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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PageSpeed Insights (PSI) is a tool developed by Google to rank the speed of your website. There are a few things it doesn’t look out for, such as code validation or usability but it’s a good starting point at getting your site up...

This article was posted in Development, SEO by Mike Street

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15th December 2016

What's new in Feefo v3?

Feefo, the customer feedback and review website, launched version 3 of their product at the end of September. Although customers had no choice to be updated to version 3, what does this mean for users, customers and developers using the platform?

This article was posted in Development, Client Guides by Mike Street

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Vue JS is a javascript framework which has recently released version 2. Allowing you to display, manipulate and navigate data, Vue is a React, Knockout and Angular competitor. This blog post walks through building a web app with Vue Router.

This article was posted in Development by Mike Street

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14th September 2016

An introduction to Personas

As a designer mentored in user-centric design agencies I have always had an interest in user centric methodology, methodologies that now commonly come under the banner of User Experience (UX).

This article was posted in Design, Development, UX by Owen Priestley

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Used as part of the design and development process of digital products and services, stories are a useful tool for designers to communicate ideas and concepts to both clients and development teams in a lean and low fidelity manner.

This article was posted in Design, Development, UX by Owen Priestley

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