Being an agency. Slack wasn’t our first love when it appeared back in 2013, but we’ve grown to love her. [more]
21st Century Productivity. We think the end is nigh for the 9 to 5 office day. Is working 35 hours [more]
Being transparent. Back in 2014 we published our first “Agencies: Costs, rates and ….” article. It’s now two years old, [more]
Death of a browser. Microsoft have today officially ended support for non-current versions of their long-lived and also much-maligned browser. [more]
Distribution Notice. LastPass Enterprise has been our go-to security solution in conjunction with MFA using Google Authenticator. And now there [more]
Around one third of the websites we’re entrusted to manage had serious connectivity issues yesterday. Sorry about that. This was [more]
Trying to stay ahead in the digital world. Every year we (bravely) have a stab at what’s going to be [more]
WordPress Hosting. Security, hacks, privacy and more hacking seem to be major theme of 2015. And now the whole of [more]
Lessons from 2015. In the digital world, every year is different. A combination of challenges, rushes, highs and lows … [more]
We like to keep an eye on who’s who – here’s a roundup of some of the recent high profile appointments [more]
Being Agile. We’re old hands at agile, having adopted agile development methodology back in 2009. How we implement it is [more]
We’re growing. Looking forward to 2016? We’ve got some modest growth planned – and that means we’re on the hiring [more]
WordCamp, a WordPress Gathering. The inaugural WordCamp US event is in Philadephia. What can you expect and how to survive. [more]
Privacy and Security. The privacy backlash might have been coming for years, but very few organisations are really ready. In [more]
Just a bit of fun. Today, Oct 21st 2015, is “Back to the Future” day, the fictional day that Doc [more]
Data Protection & Privacy. The commonplace transfer of personal data out of the EU zone is now illegal – how [more]
Being a WordPress Agency. Freelancers represent the cream of the WordPress industry. They are better skilled, more experienced, devoted to [more]
The changing face of eCommerce. A decade ago, the use of eCommerce platforms was heavily fragmented – often local purchasing [more]
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