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Web design work completed in 2018

A look back at the website design work Web Matters started (and mostly completed) in 2018. The portfolio features new clients along with several existing clients who came back for a website redesign.

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Fun Raiser Shopify E-commerce Website Goes Live

Web Matters has been working with Fun Raiser NZ to build an e-commerce website via the Shopify system. Fun Raiser NZ  sell coffee and hot chocolate to fundraisers looking to raise money for schools, sports teams and charities and so forth. View the website online at https://funraiser.co.nz

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G Suite for your business email

I’m often asked for advice on email service providers and after many years of happily using G Suite, this is the email service I highly recommend to my clients. It also comes with productivity tools I use every day like Google Docs and Google Sheets. What is G Suite? This is the email service provided…

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GDPR Resources for New Zealand Businesses

This guide is to give you a brief introduction to the GDPR and to provide you with some links that go into further details about it. This blog is not provided as legal advice, and we would strongly recommend you consult with a lawyer about your need to comply with this regulation. What is the…

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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 strong language and may not…

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How to record your screen as a video or take screenshots

There are a lot of different reasons why you may want to take a screenshot or screencast of your computer screen (or screens if you have a double display). It’s a useful way to have people help diagnose issues for you, or to provide website feedback to your web developer. A screenshot is simply a…

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