How Safe is Your Password?

Andrew Male Development, Internet, Security

Passwords are everywhere. From the four-six digit passcode to get you into your iPhone, the (hopefully) complex login details you use to access your online banking to the secret word that allows your Grandparents to pick up your children from school. A password secures and provides access to the most …

Continuously Continuing to Integrate

Andrew Male Development

Now that we have all embraced Vagrant as part of our development process and the naysayers say ‘nay’ no more, we felt it was appropriate to move onto the next step and become involved with Continuous Integration (CI) in our dev process. As I’m sure everyone is aware CI is …

Being a bit of a Vagrant

Andrew Male Development

“It works on my machine.” And it does. So no more discussion is required. “I have written the code. I have tested the code and the code works on my machine. What else do you want me to do?” This type of conversation with a developer has happened the world …

Do The Simple Thing First

Dean Ronnie Development, Web Design

“Do the simple thing first” is the mantra they use at Instagram and it has been since day one. One of the founders of Instagram, Mike Krieger, explained it in a recent article with Fast Company: “When there were just two of us, we didn’t have the time to do the …

The Do’s and Don’ts of Web Design

Kirstie Jones Development, Stuff, Web Design

This week, we talk to Miromedia’s senior designer – Gus McDougall, regarding the best way to create a website. Gus details the reasons that websites convert and how to construct an engaging design that is user friendly. And because he is a designer, it makes sense for us to not …