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Making Your Website Accessible for Everyone

Accessibility means creating websites so people can use them without restriction. It is an important part of sustainable, hygienic marketing.

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TechTalk #2: Optimising Your Website for Page Speed

If you can do something faster, then you have an advantage. The same goes for websites. No one likes a slow website. Join Bridget and I as we look at how you can speed up your website!

2019/04 Quo Vadis WordPress

Quo Vadis WordPress

Quo Vadis WordPress Last quarter we relaunched four websites in three CMS. The quickest was of course produced (mostly on a train with wonky wlan) in WordPress. I say of course because a WordPress website is simple to build and maintain,… Read More »Quo Vadis WordPress

2018/02 A Shout Out for WordPress

A Shout Out for WordPress

What is this WordPress CMS anyway? I have been giving a lot of WordPress workshops lately, and was wondering what I should write about this month.  Looking through my past posts, I saw my Shout out for Drupal and thought it perhaps… Read More »A Shout Out for WordPress

2017/11 (What is) Responsive Design?

(What is) Responsive Design?

Addressing the ever-changing landscape of devices by creating flexible, fluid and adaptive Web sites

When people talk about a Responsive Website, they are usually talking about one that works well on a mobile phone. Responsive means however, that it should work on any size screen. Even larger ones. There are more than 200 (about) different standard size screens from mobile ohones to desktop screens. What about the screens you see in hospitals or train stations? Shouldn’t a website scale nicely outwards as well as inwards? Read More »(What is) Responsive Design?