Website and app longevity

March 30, 2017 by Tim

Getting a new website made about every 3-5 years in basically inevitable for any business staying ahead of the curve. Technology moves on extremely fast, design and UX trends change, marketing strategies evolve. Particularly for smaller business, the general expectation is that you'll get about 5 years out a website,... Read More


Getting Started With Terminal

March 01, 2017 by Will

Is terminal in your Doc? do you use it? If not you are missing out as a web professional. Learning a few commands, or at least being aware of what to look up, makes you more productive and confident on your own (Linux or OSX) machine and when working on... Read More


Managing Complexity

February 20, 2017 by Will

For simple websites you can get away with emails and phone calls for communications, a photoshop mockup and a quick build by one generalist developer who cuts up the design into html and integrates it with a CMS. That process doesn't scale though. When requirements are complicated and there are multiple stake holders, developers, SEO staff and content generators, you need a lot more structure. Read More


What we learnt from judging the Australian Web Awards 2016

February 13, 2017 by Tim

Back in November I was selected for the judging panel of the Australian Web Awards. Puffy chest moment being up there with a rather stellar panel - big names, web-industry celebs and esteemed web pros. We'd entered the awards a few times in the past with some success, but hadn't entered... Read More


Things to look forward to in 2017

January 03, 2017 by Will

Woot, new year. What's coming up to look out for and look forward to in the world of Web Making?   Silverstripe 4  Well, first off - SilverStripe 4.  Why is that exciting? Because everybody loves new and shiny work tools, right? Silverstripe is the best open source CMS available and is set... Read More


Christmas Reading Suggestions 2016

December 21, 2016 by Will

So that's it for another year. Work done, final rollout deployed.  Uptime robot is showing twinkling green lights across the board.  It's time to kick back and do something different.... Like catch up on some web design & development reading.  It's a fast paced gig, so we need to keep... Read More


Our Landcare videos

January 12, 2016 by Tim

In 2011, we created a multi-facetted creative campaign for Landcare QLD[/projects/landcare/]. Part of the campaign was the below set of videos.     Do It On The Farm   Do It In the Bush   Do It At the River     Do It In The Dunes   Read More


Wordpress Development With Twig & Timber

February 11, 2014 by will

  Because WordPress is awesome but the loop isn't. One of the building blocks of our starter theme[http://www.kindleman.com.au/kindling] is Timber. Timber brings modern templates to Wordpress. We like it so much we have incorporated it into our workflow for all new WP projects. Timber enables you to  Separate out your logic from your presentation... Read More


Not For Profit Website requirements, Design & Solutions.

November 14, 2013 by Will

Not For Profit organisations provide so much value in the community. Thought leadership, community housing, advocacy, research & community care & more are provided by this sector. Even judging by traditional metrics alone the Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that Not For Profits: contributed about $43 billion to gross domestic product (GDP)... Read More


Two Thumbs - A Visual Asset Approvals Process

July 09, 2013 by tim

If you've got anything visual that needs more than 1 pair of eyes to sign it off, then you probably need an approvals process in place. Imagine your company sells beauty products. New products are being released regularly. Formulas get updated. Regulations change. Certifications and marketing changes. And so then does your... Read More



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