New Business/Start Up Social Media Checklist

November 23, 2017 by Emily

When starting a new business you have no business credibility. It’s a zero base, the only way is up. The internet and social media are here to help. The first place people will look when they see or hear about your business is online. A quick check, in key places, will... Read More


Scope Creep - The Silent Project Killer

November 15, 2017 by Emily

Scope creep (also called requirement creep, function creep, or kitchen sink syndrome) in project management refers to changes, continuous or uncontrolled growth in a project's scope, at any point after the project begins. This can occur when the scope of a project is not properly defined, documented, or controlled. -... Read More


Automate What You Hate

October 26, 2017 by Emily

Do people constantly request the same piece of information from you? Do you constantly send the same document to people? Are you required to produce the same reports every month? Are there repetitive tasks that are required every week, month, quarter? Does automation of routine business tasks sound like the... Read More


Ruby on Rails Administration Systems

October 13, 2017 by Will

A system to please everybody. A good administration tool needs to be a lot of things.  It isn't just about basic crud anymore.  You need it to be appealing to users so that it's a selling point for the project and users actually use it.  It needs to help developers and... Read More


DoubleClick for Publishers - Ad Serving grunt

September 26, 2017 by Tim

Something we’ve never really delved very deeply into (until recently) is AD SERVING. Ad Serving is delivering advertising in the form of banners and textual blocks into a website. And it’s the way a very large portion of the internet makes their money - by hosting the advertisements inside their website. Fairfax... Read More


Working With Massive CSV Data

August 15, 2017 by Will

Working with big CSV's can be a pain.  You don't want to open Numbers or Excel because they are slow and have a limit on the rows they can view.  You need to be able to view, edit and create shorter versions for testing. Sometimes there are formatting issues to... Read More


Collaboration for better outcomes.

August 01, 2017 by Tim

Recently I chatted with a Chiropractic business owner. She'd had her website re-done, and off the back of our conversation she said - 'They just asked me what I wanted, and then put it together.'  And while I know this is pretty common when dealing with smaller operators, it got... Read More


Spree - Opensource eCommerce

June 15, 2017 by Will

Want to open an eCommerce store with flexible theme, functionality and content? We have just the platform for you. SpreeCommerce is an Open source eCommerce platform built with RubyOnRails - the best web development framework in the world Read More


Shopify - Hosted eCommerce

June 12, 2017 by Will

Shopify is the leading hosted ecommerce solution.  It has been running for several years and boasts some impressive figures:  400,000 active stores and $34Bn sales.  Shopify is big and in it for the long haul.   What's a hosted solution? "Hosted eCommerce" means that your website is hosted on Shopify's servers, instead... Read More


Mailchimp Subscription Module for Silverstripe

May 05, 2017 by Will

Mailchimp is our favourite email marketing system.  We use it for our client's sites as well as our own.  It is nice to use, good value, has great features and great deliverability.  We love it! To help us automate sending form submissions for Silverstripe's user forms module to our Mailchimp lists... Read More



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