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!
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.
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.
We recently wanted to show clients and prospects what the MailChimp responsive blueprints email templates looked like.
It won't be long before desktop users begin to notice that the Google ads are no longer appearing on the right hand side of their search results. Instead Google has decided to display four lucrative ads at the top of the search results, and another three ads at the bottom.
Microsoft is now prompting their Internet Explorer users to upgrade their browser versions, as of January 12, 2016 they will no longer be providing security updates or technical support for older versions of Internet Explorer.
Research company, Nielsen has reported 3.1 million Kiwis are spending over 14 hours online on average a week.
Twitter has dropped IE8 support, meaning that Twitter widgets in your site won't work when viewed in IE8. Ben from Twitter Inc, says "the make-up of the web has changed and is now made up of a much more diverse array of physical devices. Thus we are also strongly considering dropping support for Internet Explorer 8 much sooner..."
NetPotential launched the redeveloped blackmarket website in February 2010. As part of this redevelopment, NetPotential spent time on implemeneting the lastest SEO techniques. We were not only targeting the website, but the optimisation of particular wines so blackmarket has the best possible exposure to search engines. This increases web traffic, brand exposure, and ultimately leads to higher sales.
A good website attracts visitors who return again and again, and presents your company image in the best possible way. Here are some guidelines for how to ensure your website is a success:
You’ve got a fabulous new website, but its not getting the results you expected? If you thought that you could put up a website and your sales will come rolling in – you’re mistaken!