How to write a useful bug report
Lately we’ve been creating custom software for clients – software with unique workflows and intricacies that may sometimes have bugs or where requirements might not be perfectly understood
We’re standing with Ukraine
Can we help? Can you?
“Can you just install this WordPress plugin?” – Supply chain vulnerabilities and the art of “no”
Most of our clients know that the bulk of our site builds are still based on WordPress, even if that’s our own version of it. And that means a world of plugins and themes are available, right? No
Free stock photos? Wonderful, and here’s how to avoid getting sued.
Free images are awesome, but they come with a host of gotchas that have been known to catch businesses out. We go through the pitfalls and the things you should do to protect yourselves.
Five things to test before your website goes live
It’s easy for mistakes to creep in when you’re not process-led. We’ve put together a checklist of five simple things to ask your WordPress studio before they push your new website live.
Goodbye to 2020
We have successfully made it to the end of another year
Making money from Amazon Alexa
It was an interesting time when an Alexa turned up in the kitchen
SportBusiness technical case study
The New Statesman has dropped Network Ads. Should you?
Advertising supported business models have been a big part of the web for many years