You may have not noticed (we didn’t) but the last post on our Blog was number 100! So to celebrate this very small achievement we’ve dug out some of our favorite posts from the past 100 and will be re-sharing these over social media in the coming weeks!
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For some companies though these difficult times have brought on new challenges for the way their teams work and communicate. Here are some of our top tips for remote work/working from home.
Often our agency is asked to step in and take over a WordPress project that was built by another team. This has become so common that we have a tried-and-tested system to dealing with this request.
With the COVID-19 lockdown pandemic still forcing people to work from home I wanted to follow-on from my previous post and share some of the tools that we use as a remote team that you might find useful if you are adapting to a remote working environment.
4 weeks ago the UK was locked down because of the global COVID-19 pandemic. It has been a challenging few weeks for a small agency like ours but we’ve managed to adapt quickly to the change and remain productive in the ‘new normal’.
As our agency grows we need new people to join the team in various Engineering roles. Do you have a passion for WordPress? Want to work remotely? Work from home? The Pub? Starbucks? The bus? Sounds good?
Kimb joined Ben Kinnaird to discuss how our agency embraced the WordPress Gutenberg editor.
It’s a well known fact that 75% of users don’t make it past Google’s first page, with some reports putting this number even higher!
Here’s our favourite 5 websites for sourcing stunning (and, most importantly, free) imagery. Go ahead and give your WordPress a facelift today!
Moving data around systems should be easy in this day-and-age. But in Healthcare IT systems, and especially in the NHS, it can be a real challenge. Recently I was asked about what I thought about this by the team at Sansoro Health.
Five Years Ago when our agency was just getting started we worked on a small plugin called ‘Clarity’ that was designed to help WordPress users manage their website content by adding a more ‘visual’ layer to the WordPress experience.
We think that using WordPress helps designers to create more memorable, eye-catching and effective websites, systems and applications.