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Photography tips for your website – how to choose and get your website images ready

I’ve put together this guide on how to get the right photos for your website – as great photos can really make a website have the ‘wow factor’. Hope you find some of the tips helpful. If taking your own photos, use a camera rather than a cellphoneWhile smartphone cameras …

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One Check – a business name check service from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

I recently received an email from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment about their new One Check service – a quick an efficient way to find out if you can use a business name. As I deal with a lot of startups I have come across the situation where people have …

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A lesson in website usability from comedian Michael McIntrye

This hilarious video from UK funny-man Michael McIntyre should be compulsory viewing for all website designers and developers – especially those working on e-commerce or online booking website. Michael (my favourite comedian) has some strong words about the frustrations we all experience trying to just book something online. Warning contains …

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SSL, Google’s ‘Not Secure’ warning and your website – what you need to know about adding SSL to your website and how to do it

SSL is suddenly a hot topic thanks to Google. So here’s some information to help you make an educated decision about your SSL requirements. Now, anything to do with website security can become quite a complex topic very quickly. So my goal here is to inform you about SSL (giving …

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