Web accessibility can have a different meaning to different people, depending on their abilities. From visual to auditory, cognitive to motor or speech, we should be making the web available to all.
It’s a proud feeling for us when clients do well. Even better when they are on a list of top performers in the publishing sector. We’re passionate about developing for the publishing industry and love seeing our clients doing well.
Since the relaunch of the new Marketing Week site, it looks like it’s been turning heads, again. This time winning an award!
Anyone who writes code quickly learns what works for them and what feels comfortable. Personal expression is fine in isolation, but when it comes to working in teams, you need a system everyone can understand…
I think many of us in the industry have only a vague idea what the term User Experience means. So it’s about time we took a look at the whole UX thing and the mystery surrounding it.
We have been doing some really neat R&D work for clients recently, focusing on the WordPress search functionality. This is the first in a series of articles I am intending to write on the subject of search engines.
New tutorial from our developer, Evgenii Nasyrov. Do you want to achieve continuous integration with WordPress? We walk you through the steps. Read on to get all the details.
There’s a direct link between web traffic and revenue when you’re a publisher. How well that works depends a lot on other factors – the business model, commercial relationships and so on.
We’re proud to announce the V3.1 version of Search Replace DB. This release focuses on common issues some users have encountered with our tool. If you’ve had problems with V3.0.0 BETA and had to go back to V2.1.0, we definitely recommend trying this new version instead.
What better way to start a new year than with the release of a new plugin? And as a New Year treat, we have decided to offer the plugin free of charge for the first month! Read on for more info.
Ethel’s not happy – whenever her artfully arranged photos are centrally cropped, they look wrong. And she’s fed up of only half her face being used in square thumbnails. So we decided to fix the problem…