Okay, so this is a pretty meta post and it’s no secret this blog and it’s sister sites run on WordPress (This isn’t sponsored by the way). Originating as a fork of b2/cafelog and a distant cousin to b2evolution, WordPress has grown to become one of if not possibly theRead More →

'Electronically Secured' by Flash Alexander. Public Domain

This is a little late, both in posting time and following the cyber attack but following up from the post on sister site The Noodle & Bean, here’s a few more ways to keep safe when you’re online: Look for the Padlock and the S It might sound simple, butRead More →

Links to all mentioned software in the ‘Software Mentioned’ section to the right. In this modern day and age of social media, digital publishing and multimedia everyone wishes they could be the jack of all trades. A popular siutation for this is presenting marketing or thumbnails when the best graphicRead More →

Modular Popup. Screenshot

The web has come a long way in the last decade (see ‘How the Web has Evolved’ for some examples), but even with new technologies, there are still plenty of things to grind one’s gears when it comes to browsing.  In no particular order, here are 7 features I’ve foundRead More →

Ever needed a quick and easy way to get your class (regardless of age) engaged and at the same time measure their uderstanding of the topic at hand? Perhaps you’re a class with personalised learning and want a way to pre-check your students that may demonstrate mastery on a particularRead More →

In response to a few questions I’ve received over time and after seeing projects announced and either struggled trough or completely fail I thought I would help shed some light on how many of the creative producers out there do it. The idea behind this sprang from an upcoming blogRead More →

Update: Software Downloads can now be accessed under the ‘Software Mentioned’ Tab to the right. If you want to build a website, there are so many tools out there today it can be quite overwhelming to know where to begin. If you know you wish to build one from scratchRead More →

'the internet' by Patrick Barry on Flickr. Used under CC BY SA 2.0

Whilst I can’t pretend to be an ‘experienced web designer’ (certainly not the designer part!) I have been toying with web pages since my dad first taught me a stint of HTML 4 when I was 6. Thanks to my friends having a large interest in computers, we all toyedRead More →