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Two sides to every coin - building accessible sites
4 May 2016
In the majority of briefs we receive, we are asked to build sites to meet W3C compliance standards. In short, we do what we can behind the scenes but there are two sides to every coin. When it comes to content it's over to you as content managers and editors. That's often not fully appreciated.
The changing face(s) of css and layout
3 Apr 2016
The way which we use CSS has, thankfully, evolved enormously over recent years - not only in terms of what we can do with it, but also how we write it and the browser support for it.
Goodbye Safe Harbour, hello Privacy Shield
1 Mar 2016
The European Union and the United States have reached an agreement on international data transfers following last October’s ruling that the Safe Harbor agreement, was invalid. The new data-transfer agreement is called the EU-US Privacy Shield but what's new about it?
Do I need to bash heads together? How to get the best out of your ticket vendor and web agency
29 Feb 2016
At the inaugural Ticketing Professionals Conference, Nadine outlined her top 5 things that you can do to make your online ticketing awesome.
We're hiring! Junior Drupal Site Builder
26 Feb 2016
This position has been filled.
Google drops side ads - how might it affect Google adwords, Google Ad Grants and organic search?
26 Feb 2016
Noticed anything different to Google's search engine results recently on desktop SERPs? What does it mean for you?
Website development, ticketing and ticketing integration: useful terms
2 Feb 2016
Here are some definitions for some key terms that you may come across during an integration project.
Glossary: Useful words and acronyms for digital projects
19 Jan 2016
We know that there are lots of words and phrases that we use during our web projects that not everyone understands, so we've compiled a glossary to explain some of the terms that are used most frequently.
Browser and Device Support: December 2015 Update
4 Dec 2015
Tincan browser support focuses on usability and accessibility rather than pixel perfect rendering. Sites will render in all browsers, but some advanced features and aesthetics might be enhanced on modern browsers that can support such features. Here's the latest update on what we support.