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The perfect recipe for creating and running a modern brewery website

Building the new website for Beerd's new Craft Beer & Pizza joint in central Bristol was a new challenge for us - a challenge we absolutely loved. I mean, the research bit was easy (and perhaps too short), but actually getting stuck in and building the site was really fun too. We've wanted to build a brewery website for a while, so when this project came around we were made up [Continue reading...]

Simple Contact Forms: Our First WordPress Plugin

Our first plugin is massively overdue, but we're excited to let you know that it's finally here. Simple Contact Forms is an extremely easy to use WordPress plugin that lets users build contact forms on their site and start receiving enquiries. You can find the Simple Contact Forms plugin on its WordPress plugin page and on GitHub, but first a little about the plugin... Introd [Continue reading...]

Give your business a fighting chance

The tools the top web developers use (Oh, they're also FREE) Before getting into this post, it's important to know that you might need a semi-techie head and have a basic understanding of how websites work. if you'd like to start there. Choosing the right tools can completely change the way you work. I've had first-hand experience with this and tried out more than I care to co [Continue reading...]

Google has just killed your non-mobile friendly site, but it's not too late to revive it!

Trying to find information on a desktop website using a device that’s a tenth of the size can be pretty annoying - regardless of how big mobile screens are getting. But bad UI aside, there is now a better reason to have a device responsive website. The Silicon Valley search engine giant has changed the way it ranks all websites in an event the tabloids are calling ‘Mobilegeddon [Continue reading...]

The Essential Sublime Text Packages for Website Developers

As mentioned in my introduction to HTML video, I use Sublime Text (v3 to be exact) and absolutely swear by it. We are in no way affiliated with Sublime Text. I just think it's awesome. After trying out so many advanced text editors (Netbeans, WebStorm, Dreamweaver), Sublime was by far my favourite. The packages add some amazing functionality and you can build your setup as you [Continue reading...]