Congratulations, you've just launched your site 😄 Feels good, eh? Weight off your shoulders? Well, don't get too comfortable, it's time to start working on your site!
Commissioning a new site or a redesign? Not sure what you need? We help you make a big list of questions to ask your web designer
A case study to show how our software development cycle works by feeding new customer requirements back into our core code to benefit future customers
Back in 2010, a serious security issue was noted when thousands of people tried to log into a web site thinking it was Facebook when it wasn't. The problem? They didn't know how to carry out the most basic security measure, check the URL
A case study that looks at how we developed a consent system based on our responsibility for handling personal and sensitive user data
Have you heard the horror stories of people getting their identities stolen and their bank accounts emptied through careless online activity? This is an introduction to the criminal activity known as phishing, with steps you can take to avoid getting caught out
Email takes many shapes and forms. It's still the defacto method of communicating electronically today and it's not going away any time soon. Email has its downsides though. Let's run through how email works and show you a few tricks along the way
Stock images can set a great first impression while complimenting your copy and improving overall readability
Nifty CSS hack for retaining the aspect ratio of video embeds
After painstakingly working through every scenario possible, we eventually worked out why Microsoft Edge wasn't displaying some fonts correctly
When you communicate on the web, whether that's through social media, like Twitter and Instagram, your own blog, a forum or mailing list or simply publishing your own website content, there's a customary code of polite behaviour you should follow
When we test a web site, the first thing we do is stick our balaclavas on (back-to-front of course) to help us with our screen reader testing. We find not being able to see the screen is a good way to test how accessible a website is
A simple step-by-step guide to successfully writing content for your website
Not just those we set ourselves but those recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C); in particular the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
We're a tiny web design business based in the Highlands of Scotland, focused on crafting the finest websites. We've been doing this for a long time too.
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