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Here's where we post info about interesting things we learn, what's happening in the Great Interwebs, and about all the fruits of our labour - the stunning websites that we design, develop and launch!

The 3 areas every successful online Retailer needs to get right
11 September 2018

The 3 areas every successful online Retailer needs to get right

The future of e-commerce, available to everyone
18 July 2018

The future of e-commerce, available to everyone

 The Social Science of Internet in 10 tips
28 June 2018

The Social Science of Internet in 10 tips

TAB’s Free Kick at $5m, powered by NetPotential
29 May 2018

TAB’s Free Kick at $5m, powered by NetPotential

EU and NZ Privacy Laws: a Global Community Perspective
22 May 2018

EU and NZ Privacy Laws: a Global Community Perspective

We moved offices!
3 May 2018

We moved offices!

Pi Day and the importance of Maths in Web Design
14 March 2018

Pi Day and the importance of Maths in Web Design

Stampezy, our loyalty app startup, has just launched!
9 May 2017

Stampezy, our loyalty app startup, has just launched!

Stampezy is a digital replacement of paper based loyalty cards.  Nothing more (for now), nothing less.  It's been designed to be super easy to use - no app install required (it's a web app), no complicated sign-up process (frictionless at the point-of-sale) - it's just really ezy, it's Stampezy!

NetPotential and Black Market featured in Microsoft’s tech news
1 July 2016

NetPotential and Black Market featured in Microsoft’s tech news

Meet the .NET Core Early Adopters. This week Tim Thomas from NetPotential, a small but mighty web dev agency, shares a 9-month project of theirs using vNext, or as it's now known - ASP.NET Core! Here's Tim's summary.

We've launched the new Black Market Wines website
13 May 2016

We've launched the new Black Market Wines website

After nine long months of development, we are stoked to release the high profile Black Market Wines e-commerce website.  This website has been completely revamped with significant development to the front (public) and back (admin) ends of the website.