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.
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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.
t Make Do we understand that performance matters; our team of WordPress Engineers is committed to putting in the necessary time and effort required to make sure that performance is paramount across all our projects.
Having an ongoing WordPress support contract, such as Make Do’s maintenance services, retainers and SLAs lets your business be a little more agile.
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?
WordPress 5.2 is now officially out and if you’re reading this you should have this version updated and installed onto your live sites soon!
What does focusing on a specific kind of platform like WordPress deliver for our agency clients?
Your business website has a lot of work to do. It needs to inform your readers, rank on Google and drive enquiries.
Adobe XD is a great new design tool that’s been growing in popularity since it was released a couple of years ago (it’s also and free!). Problem is that when design graphics are shared via the XD Cloud there is no easy way to download the source files (PNG, JPEG, etc). Here’s a workaround.
Lottery Funding will be used to help support people across the UK to create cultural events & activities in their local communities.
Gutenberg is the codename for the new WordPress editor that was released in WordPress 5.0 back in December 2018. This is the second in our two-part series that will help you get started with the new ‘Block’ based editor when developing custom technical WordPress projects.