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Published: Monday 8, April 2019 | Written by: | 1 minute read

These days, more and more people are turning to their phone to browse their favourite website.

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Published: Monday 11, February 2019 | Written by: | 3 minute read

SEO can appear to be a complex and difficult task and it seems that all too often we receive an unsolicited email claiming to improve rankings using an array of web wizardry (meta content, h1 tags etc) or are provided with a large document with all the SEO ‘issues’ on your website.

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Published: Monday 14, January 2019 | Written by: | 7 minute read

Are you a manager that has found themselves lost in a really important, but crazy-technical, web or development scoping session? Are you apprehensive of an upcoming meeting?

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Published: Friday 5, October 2018 | Written by: | 3 minute read

If you're an ecommerce business you'll know just how fast the world of digital sales and technology changes.

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Published: Monday 3, September 2018 | Written by: | 4 minute read

When it comes to website content management systems (CMS), WordPress is one of the most popular. This means there are plugins for almost anything and near enough every question has been asked and answered.

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Published: Monday 20, August 2018 | Written by: | 5 minute read

In the past, apps have been ignored by SMEs, looking at this marketing strategy as a tool only for the larger companies...

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Published: Friday 20, July 2018 | Written by: | 1 minute read

Problem solving is a great way to grow and although at the time we may feel like...

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Published: Wednesday 9, May 2018 | Written by: | 2 minute read

Translating design into code is not always a quick and straightforward process, particularly when taking into consideration the responsive side (making a site scale down to fit mobiles and tablets).

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Published: Wednesday 18, April 2018 | Written by: | 2 minute read

'The Pragmatic Programmer' is a book which resonates with the development team. It’s resulted in a flock of rubber ducks taking up residence in the office (find out more about 'rubber duck debugging') along with the development team regularly discussing how they work and ways to improve.

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