Lane Cove Music - Community Partnerships

August 11, 2020 by Emily

Partnering with the local community is something Kindleman loves to do. So building a new website for Lane Cove Music was a perfect match. With its beginnings in 1945, Lane Cove Music runs six concerts a year in the Lane Cove Mowbray Anglican Church in the heart of Lane Cove, NSW. While... Read More


Online Approvals

July 28, 2020 by Emily

Getting a panel of experts to review and provide feedback on egg labels is a key offering for the industry body - Australian Eggs. Kindleman’s ‘Two Thumbs’ online approval system was used to enable egg producers to ensure they are compliant with the Egg Labelling Guidelines. The business tool allows egg... Read More


Local Rain Check

May 07, 2020 by Tim

How can I support local business during COVID-19?. Are you sick of this Covid-19 stuff yet? Yep - us too. Promise I won't harp on. local raincheck2 I need your help! I live in Freshwater, NSW (in Australia). It's a great place with a little street of shops and restaurants that give it... Read More


Being practical in the time of Covid-19

April 08, 2020 by Tim

We've recently launched an initiative with 7 other small digital-focused agencies called SmallBizHelp.io. It's the Coronavirus days, and there's a lot of small businesses who are trying to get themselves prepared for quite a few months without 'business as usual'. A lot of that is the ability to get setup online... Read More


Error Reporting - How to Tell Us It's Broken

March 17, 2020 by Emily

Troubleshooting web issues is technical but also an art as there are so many variables. To help us find and fix the issues fast, it helps us to provide the following information: URL: MOST IMPORTANT Operating system: Mac/PC Browser: IE (11/edge), Chrome, Safari, Firefox Desktop/Mobile: iPad, Phone (Apple, Android) Error Message: “502 Server Error” Excessive detail: More... Read More


How Do You Send Passwords?

February 27, 2020 by Emily

As a digital agency we need passwords from clients. The question is always how to securely hand over passwords? Low tech There are a couple of low tech solutions. In person or over the phone, these are low tech but high intensity, as users need to be together or available for a... Read More


How Do You Create and Save Passwords?

February 19, 2020 by Emily

A stolen password is the new version of having your pocket picked - it can totally ruin your day and the knock on effect can take months to unscramble. As you travel around the internet you need to be ever vigilant about keeping passwords secure. The commonly advised thing to do is... Read More


New Business/Start Up Social Media Checklist

March 04, 2019 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


Get a discount in 2019

January 15, 2019 by Tim

Kindleman are back in the studio at a sprint for 2019, working on a variety of web builds that we started late last year. We've started our year with a custom Silverstripe site for Mindfulness Courses around Australia, a Rails pharmaceutical education CMS, and a customer acquisition app for the Aged... Read More


File Management with Rails and Active Storage

December 04, 2018 by Will

With Rails 5 we now have ActiveStorage: built in file management with the framework. This is a fantastic adition to the framework as it standardises file management, instead of relying on 3rd party plugins. ActiveStorage adds two tables to your app that handles all the file details (active_storage_blobs) and the... Read More



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