17th February 2018
Launching a website is the beginning of a journey, not the end of a project. In this blog we’re going to shake off that post-launch lethargy and encourage you to keep pruning and fine-tuning your website’s pages.
14th October 2017
In which I lament and try to improve the iPhone Podcast app. Don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful that it exists, but some of the design and user interface decisions are infuriating.
16th January 2017
The case for why you should hire a person, not a robot, to design and develop your business’s website.
29th September 2016
From the smartphone fan to the musical cognoscenti, streaming has changed the way we listeners behave. Is it a source of endless wonder, or is it limited by the paradox of choice?
10th August 2016
Let’s examine the effect Brexit will have on European privacy regulations, specifically the cookie disclaimer. Will it leave, or will it remain?
29th June 2016
Behold, a guide for creating a personalised computer font based on your handwriting. Good news if you’re a calligrapher, not so for those with a thin, spidery scrawl.
16th March 2016
A guide on how to personalise your website’s enquiry form for a productive first handshake with the customer.
13th January 2016
Looking at the halftone reprographic effect and how it can be retouched in Photoshop for a more modern look.
14th December 2015
Avoiding internet spoilers in light of the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens release. Replace your words within the browser with this nifty Chrome extension…
21st November 2014
A creative and unique way of gifting memories to friends and family; having a picture restored, colourised and framed. It makes a unique present, and is bound to evoke a story or two from nostalgic relatives.
5th July 2014
My latest article on the Norfolk Tech Journal, discussing whether a dependancy on smart WYSIWYG editors might set back our ability to code and solve the basic problems when things go wrong.