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Have yours on the rocks: Moments on Mendip

Have yours on the rocks: Moments on Mendip

By lisa, 18.09.23

In July we told you how we're helping Leeds University with their Dialect & Heritage project. Meanwhile August saw the launch of Mendips AONB's Moments on Mendip campaign, where you could see your photos projected onto the rock faces of Cheddar Gorge. Moments on Mendip is a community-led photographic exhibition of…

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University of Leeds and Iszy: Dialect and Heritage Project featured on The One Show

University of Leeds and Iszy: Dialect and Heritage Project featured on The One Show

By lisa, 31.07.23

We've been helping the University of Leeds with their Dialect and Heritage Project, which was recently featured on The One Show. The National Lottery Heritage-funded initiative aims to present a snapshot of the language used in England today, by understanding which words and phrases are still in use, and how…

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Google Analytics 4 set up for lite users: it's not as complicated as you expect

Google Analytics 4 set up for lite users: it's not as complicated as you expect

By lisa, 29.06.23

People all over the world are logging in to Google Analytics this week and seeing an enormous count down clock, telling them to get shifted over to GA4 asap. Universal Analytics is stopping working from 1st July 2023. For many, many users, switching to GA4 is a case of pressing…

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Website rebrand and relaunch for Gingerbread

Website rebrand and relaunch for Gingerbread

By lisa, 27.06.23

We are so proud to have worked on the brilliant "new" website for leading single parent family Gingerbread. I say "new" because it's actually the same WordPress website they've had for years, which we inherited from their previous developers. The amazing team at Gingerbread knew they needed to radically change…

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Looking back: North Somerset a hundred years ago

Looking back: North Somerset a hundred years ago

By lisa, 9.06.23

Everything we do at work is looking to the future - helping companies grow, predicting trends, seeing where technology is evolving - implementing AI! But sometimes it's lovely to just take a minute and look back. I've had to look back at some old projects this week, some of which…

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New product launch for Sweetbird: reusable cups for cold drinks

New product launch for Sweetbird: reusable cups for cold drinks

By lisa, 17.05.23

We've worked with Sweetbird for a few years now, just helping them tinker around the edges of their existing WordPress site. As we know WordPress inside out, we "inherit" a lot of existing sites which the original developers can no longer support for various reasons. Maybe the site has grown…

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Why are my website changes not showing?

Why are my website changes not showing?

By lisa, 4.05.23

You've had your developer make some changes to the images on your website, or they've changed your logo or some styles - but you can't see them. Why not? The obvious fear is that your developer hasn't actually done everything you asked them to, but before you hit an email back…

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ChatGPT or Bard: Which is the better coding assistant?

ChatGPT or Bard: Which is the better coding assistant?

By tom, 2.05.23

How developers code, is changing. We now have amazing 'assistants' in the form of AI models, able to generate code quickly and easily. But how good are they really? I've been playing around with OpenAI's ChatGPT 4 quite a bit lately. But on receiving an invitation, I've now given Google's Bard a…

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Enhancing User Experience with Performance Metrics

Enhancing User Experience with Performance Metrics

By tom, 27.04.23

If you've noticed a drop in traffic lately and you rely on Google for much of that traffic, it could very well be related to your Web Core Vitals scores. These all-important metrics have a big impact on how many clicks Google sends your way.  Web Core Vitals are a set…

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