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The Case for a Dedicated Mobile Website

Sometimes, a responsive web design is not the most appropriate way to develop a company’s mobile presence. There, I said it. Recently, all the talk is about responsive design – justifiably for the most part; it is a genuinely significant change for a lot of clients who now need to consider how and where their […]

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A new CMS on the block: Blocks (see what I did there?)

There’s a new CMS about to be released that could genuinely offer something new: Blocks.  The guy behind it has worked extensively with Expression Engine (beloved of developers everywhere) and definitely has the pedigree to pull off something special.  The question is: has he? For the past couple of years WordPress has been my ‘go […]

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WordPress plugins for advanced content management

I’ve been spending a good amount of time in WordPress lately – with two projects in particular really testing it’s capability as a full content management system.  Since WordPress reached what we might call ‘full maturity’ with version 3.0 back in June 2010, it has become an incredibly powerful system – not just for blogging […]

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New Site Launch – Claremont Insurance Services

As I wrote briefly last month, the website for Claremont Insurance Services has now just launched.  It looks well, and I’m pleased with it (as are they it seems).  They’ve a ton of content – almost 400 PDF downloads – and a whole bunch of functionality included (logging in to a 3rd party website, custom […]

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