Hey everybody! It’s Bridget and Warren, and we’re back with some more insight from practitioners who work with small businesses, non-profits, and schools, giving you some real hands-on advice. I know this client feeling for me because I have to give them some insight from people who touched the computer and make things happen. So […]
Building things, allows us to think about them. Thinking about things, allows us to understand them. It can save us money, give us a sense of gratification and value, and it can also give us another perspective on what others do.
CERN announced, on 30 April 1993, that the World Wide Web would be free to use for anyone. Free is a relative term. The Internet has been valued at around 1 Trillion dollars a year. By most standards, a Trillion dollars is a bit north of “Free”.
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, normally works for every occasion, and is very cheap to produce. WordPress sites are ubiquitous, much like plain […]
On May 27 the GDPR/DSGVO took complete effect and our websites will never be the same. The law came into effect all the way back in 2016, but we were given a two-year grace period to bring our websites up to standard. For many people the law came from nowhere and compliance was left to […]
I was recently asked to assist with the creation of an online shop. I have written here before about building a website, but an online shop raises further interesting questions. The website will not just be a source of information, but will be a place of commerce and legally binding transactions (above and beyond the […]
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 unfair that I have not written anything about WordPress. So here we are. What is this WordPress CMS anyway? Here is […]
Recently a company relaunched their website. They had a website made for them which is neither responsive nor offers a mobile option off to the side of the desktop version. This company is not a client of ours, but we do know one of the main stakeholders. Interested, we of course asked about the reasoning […]
Just exercising our fingers here and getting our thoughts together between support requests. Feel free to jump up and down, cheer, laugh, or bang your head on the desk, or simply raise your eyebrow – as the mood takes you. What is this Drupal CMS anyway? Here is the elevator version. Haberdashery, Sporting Goods, Ladies […]
So you want to have an agency build your website. Time to get ready. While it is easy to make the simple complicated, it takes skill to make the complex feel simple. We’ve put together this handy worksheet to help you capture your vision for the project. Think of this document as a business plan […]
So you want to build, or perhaps re-launch a website. You have copy, images, tips from your friends and colleagues, probably a good idea about what your competition is doing. You have a domain name, possibly a hosting company, you have a navigation list and maybe a design idea mapped out in pen. This you […]
“Free” is not usually a word you think of when planning a website, but it is not a dream. Open Source CMS are free CMS. Of course, you may need a developer or two … Three of the top CMS on the market are just that – Open Source. Compare Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress …