Tennis Dorset – The new home for the Dorset LTA

The Dorset LTA, based at West Hants, needed a better vehicle to present Dorset information to the Dorset tennis community. An independent website (one which was not a fixed style and embedded within the main LTA website). Creating a...

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Can tables ‘work’ on smartphones

Responsive coding and layout has come a long way - but there are some content elements which still struggle to negotiate the journey from (wide) desktop to (narrow) smartphones. Tables!For a lot of research based web pages - tables are an...

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Bugsy Malone video walls

Stage backdrops and large scenery constructions have huge logistics associated with them. Build engineering and painting, as well as the delicate transportation and final installation. Also the other main issue is that they are mainly static (few moving parts)...

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Using XML to do the heavy lifting for printed books

When faced with large numbers of pages for printed documents (catalogues and books especially). The best approach is to find something to do the 'heavy lifting'. XML is a perfect vehicle.A recent project also had an additional issue - in...

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Two new sites for 2015

Two new website projects have recently been completed. Both local companies with growing ambitions. WomenUK is an online magazine, grown out of the hard printed copy version which has been running very successfully for several years. Apart from the display of...

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Working to make a simple CMS more effective

Quite often I get asked to extend a website's design and layouts into areas where the original developers had only made available a simple HTML text area. For some template driven websites ... this can make the pages rather...

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Folder and Inserts for Build Energy Consultants

Sometimes it is about providing a client with a suitable marketing vehicle - that they then want to take on and organise their own print. Small print run projects do pose a budgetary problem for business which are testing a market...

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Is your website mobile friendly?

It has been heading this way for quite sometime and with Google's date of the 21st April looming - the dilemma is - just how (mobile) friendly does a site need to be?We can't ignore the fact that websites are...

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