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.
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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.
We think that using WordPress helps designers to create more memorable, eye-catching and effective websites, systems and applications.
Businesses are often faced with a choice straight from the off. WooCommerce vs Shopify. At Make Do, we’re proud to be a WooCommerce agency. But why?
What does focusing on a specific kind of platform like WordPress deliver for our agency clients?
When working with other agencies, SMEs or B2B on WordPress Technical Projects and Support our our Flexible Packages often work best. This is an overview of that service and how it came to be a major part of our agency service offering.
Reasons for a customer visiting a website could be endless, however one thing remains common regardless of the customer need, which is that all customers will visit a website to perform a task!
Techradar have done a great piece on WordPress turning 15 years old. Here’s a quote: In 2018 WordPress core will release the “Gutenberg” update, which is the biggest update yet. The Gutenberg update will add “page builder”-like functionality to WordPress, making it much easier for content creators to create experiences using WordPress.
The path to WordPress 5.0 has been a rough one. With community feedback around the new editor generally split and fear about such a fundamental change generally worrying the WordPress-masses. The team behind TinyMCE looked to ease this tension with their excellent ‘Gutenberg myth-busting: 10 answers on the future of content creation in WordPress‘ post […]
Developing a good working relationship with your web company isn’t always easy. It takes time to build trust and understanding.
In this Age of the Internet, any enterprise needs to have a website. This extends to the 3rd sector, where the technicalities of creating and maintaining a website can be daunting to charity workers who may have little IT experience.
So you need life-saving brain surgery. What do you do? Seek out the top neurosurgeon you can find: one with experience, one with a track record of success, one with prestige? Yes there’ll be cost, but it’s worth it, isn’t it?