• Hosting, Security, Tech



    On the 19th of October, our servers are undergoing essential maintenance that means your website will temporarily go offline. We need to upgrade the operating system on one of our physical servers to the latest version to ensure we continue to receive the latest security patches. The easiest way for us to do this is […]

  • Design, Dev, PM, Tech



    AIM is a membership organisation, established in 1977 by the Directors of independent museums, who wanted to create a network for mutual help and support which would share good practice and create a voice for the specific needs of the growing independent sector. Having undergone a successful rebrand and with a renewed sense of direction […]

  • Careers, Design, Dev, PM, Tech



    We are looking for: – EXTREMELY talented project managers with a strong background in digital and, with strong technical knowledge and experience. They should be passionate about providing fanatical support and be able to juggle a LOT of client demands, from blue chips through to sole traders. They should be exceptional communicators, both written and […]

  • Awards, Dev, Fun, Networking, Tech

    WE WON!


    Last night we attended The Drum’s RAR Digital Awards ceremony at The Sheraton Grand Hotel on Park Lane, and what a night it was! The RAR Digital Awards team work really hard each year in sifting through over 45,000 ratings to find the best performing digital agencies in the UK and as such, we are […]

  • Careers, Design, SEO, Tech

    New addition to the team!


    This week is set to be an exciting one, as we welcome or newest addition to the team: Stephen Abela. Stephen has joined us all the way from Chicago where he’s spent the last four years working as a Creative Director and Project Manager. Stephen joins us with a breadth of skills and experience. He has […]

  • Tech

    The simplest way to upgrade to Windows 10


      Microsoft released Windows 10 to the world last week, with most Windows 7 and 8.1 users qualifying for a free upgrade. In order to manage demand, a queue system is in place for automatic upgrades and it may be several weeks before your computer will offer you the chance. To skip this queue, you […]

  • Tech

    CSS and the critical path – A talk by Patrick Hamann from The Guardian’s developer team


    In this talk Patrick Hamann, senior client-side engineer at The Guardian, explains the importance of the speed of page rendering, prioritising critical CSS and how this is leading to and emerging “offline first” front-end build process. To paraphrase the video’s description, the perceived speed of a website relies heavily on the browsers ability to paint to your user’s screen […]