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Website Design vs Development, What’s The Dіffеrеnсе?

Written By jack | Posted on 27.09.18

Website design vs development? Both are interchangeable terms, but designers and developers work in separate distinct areas of production.

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WordPress org vs com – What’s Thе Dіffеrеnсе?

Written By jack | Posted on 13.09.18

WordPress Org vs Com, as WordPress grows in popularity, many realise that there are 2 WordPress websites and want to know the difference.

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Website templates, why we avoid them with our clients

Written By jack | Posted on 08.08.18

Website templates aren't an option when developing a website. We believe in creating quality results and value to our customers.

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Businesses, why it’s important to have a website

Written By jack | Posted on 08.08.18

Whеthеr you have a ѕmаll, medium, or lаrgе buѕіnеѕѕ, in this blog post we'll go in to whу hаvіng a website is іmрortаnt for loсаl businesses.

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Timber, 3 Benefits of Using it in WordPress Development

Written By jack | Posted on 29.07.18

We love using WordPress, and combining WordPress with the Twig templating language via Timber has taken our process to all new levels.

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User Profiles – Advanced Custom Fields

Written By jack | Posted on 01.07.18

After recently working on a new online booking website for Makeup and Mane, we came across solving the problem of staff user profiles.

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Why we Love Working with Hampshire Businesses

Written By jack | Posted on 27.06.18

Working locally may be a necessity for businesses, we’ve found a greater reason as to why we are collaborating with businesses in Hampshire.

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Why We Use WordPress In Our Development

Written By jack | Posted on 10.06.18

WordPress powers 30% of the web, this is no surprise as the CMS is flexible and heavily supported by developers internationally.

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