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Writing website content

By Kirsty Gasston

Published April 1st 2015

Categorised in: SEO

If you’re having a new website built, are adding pages to your existing website or just updating the content on the site, you need to think carefully about the approach you take to writing the content. Before you get started, take a setback and make sure that you’ve thought about these basics. Web users won’t […]

Published February 26th 2015

Categorised in: Design

All throughout University, and in my career as a web designer, the desktop design has come first. I’ve learned how to design for desktops, creating pixel-perfect Photoshop PSDs which look perfect for clients, but this is changing. Since 2014 there are now more mobile users than desktop users, with roughly 2 billion of us reaching […]

Published February 19th 2015

Categorised in: CSS

Bootstrap is arguably the daddy of all the frontend frameworks currently available on the web and with the list of features as long as a one page website and with version 3 built upon mobile first principles it’s easy to see why. In this article we’re going to cover some of the main features and […]

Published February 18th 2015

Categorised in: PHP

During the course of this series we will look into the following coding methods/principles: Dependency Injection Coding to an Interface Inversion of Control Automatic Resolution I will explain what each one means, why we should use them, and how to implement each one. Dependency injection, coding to an interface, and inversion of control work well […]

Published February 9th 2015

Categorised in: Web Dev

I recently gave a presentation at Rapid Web regarding Git. It covers the background of Git, how it works internally, and some examples of daily use. The presentation also covers commonly used Git terminology and provides a frequently used command reference. ‘The Fundamentals of Git’ presentation is embedded below. Comments and constructive feedback are definitely […]



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