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Collapsing Gracefully

August 29, 2016 • By

Responsive design has been one of the most significant inventions in the history of the Internet. Our rapidly changing hardware technology and the incredible range of different devices we have to support means we would have faced a massive challenge without the help of responsive design techniques. And there really isn’t much of a choice:… READ MORE


Dealing with Tricky Clients

July 25, 2016 • By

  One of the sad little truths about the web development game is that good clients are extremely rare.  Some clients have this amazing ability to transform from Jekyll to Hyde without pausing for breath, and the rest of them—pretty much the majority—are simply just jerks.  Incidentally, for any of my clients who are reading… READ MORE


Avoiding Scope Creep

July 18, 2016 • By

  Scope creep is the nemesis of designers and developers everywhere. Almost every client tries at some point to weasel in extra features that were not part of the original brief. When the scope of a project expands because of suggestions from your own team about ways the project can be improved, it’s not really… READ MORE


Everything You Need to Know About SSL3

July 5, 2016 • By

  If you host your own websites and you need to provide some level of encryption for the communications that pass between the server and a connected user, there’s a really good chance that you already know quite a bit about Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. SSL has been around for a very long time,… READ MORE


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