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18Dec

Responsive Design and Mobile Websites

Originally posted by Marc Price Statistically I know that there’s something like a 25% chance you’re reading this on a mobile device (or so our website analytics tells me). Earlier this year it would have been below 20%, and this time last...
31Jul

ZTE Grand X smartphone launch

ZTE Corporation is the world’s fourth-largest mobile phone manufacturer. To increase its UK market share, subsidiary ZTE UK launched the ZTE Grand X, an affordable smartphone with a gaming experience rivalling that of a console. ZTE wanted an agency...
11Jul

Who or what influences your decisions?

Originally posted by Tracy Walker Who do you trust online? Is it brands, your friends, members of your community? Who influences you in what you buy, endorse, follow or like? Would you prefer to be guided by a search engine algorithm from Google or by...
05Jul

Cost vs. Value – short-term thinking… long-term harm

Originally posted by Marc Price Okay, first off I need to apologise if this turns into a rant… I’ve seen a number of clients and prospects over the years try to screw down costs, but never more than recently.  I’m starting to wonder...
28Jun

Virtual reality on your phone… well, kind of…

So we all remember the early days of Virtual Reality (VR) right?  Those bold claims that before long we’d be donning headsets that delivered an electronic world to our senses almost indistinguishable from reality… Well, okay… we’re...
22Jun

The real Cookie Monster?

Here’s something you may not know: a lot of European websites are illegal*. Back in May 2011 a new privacy law came into effect. The EU-wide law requires that websites ask their visitors for consent to use most web cookies. What are cookies? Cookies...
18Jun

HTML5 – Oooh, and wow!

HTML5 is the latest hero in the world of digital marketing. It’s a massive topic though – so I’m only going to scratch the surface here, whet the appetite if you will… Techie bit: HTML5 is the framework that enables a multitude...
12Jun

Stylish website showcases Royal Horticultural Halls’ flagship venue

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) offers a range of event venues including the Lindley Hall, one of the most respected venues in central London, which is administered by the Royal Horticultural Halls (RHH). As it had recently streamlined its operations...
07Jun

Custom Document Types in Kentico CMS

Custom document types are probably the most powerful feature of Kentico, I’d like to talk about how we can build up complex document presentations from the easy-to-use content tree that allows non-technical users to manipulate the presentation of...
01Jun

Kentico templating tips

In this post I’d like to cover off some templating tricks and tips that we routinely use when developing websites built on Kentico CMS. Inheritancy is very important when developing CMS-driven websites and in our opinion makes or breaks a site's...