One of our long-standing clients, The Oxford Ski Company, has this month launched its new and improved website. As the UK’s largest established luxury ski travel agent, The Oxford Ski Company enjoyed three successful years with their original Gibe-built website, before deciding to upgrade further.
After working closely with the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, advising on digital marketing and web development, Gibe is pleased to announce from September 2015 that the UWE will be running a new degree in Fashion Communications. This inspiring course has been developed alongside ourselves and other industry experts.
After the 2015 edition of the popular CodeGarden, I look at the conference, its future and some of the interesting Umbraco packages to take away from the event.
Every year, hundreds of dedicated Umbraco fans visit Copenhagen, Denmark, for an annual conference of like-minded individuals to learn and share knowledge of the ever popular content management system (CMS).
Gibe have be appointed by natural fibre and organic mattress retailer, Naturalmat, to re-develop its new website www.naturalmat.co.uk
When Visual Studio 2015 is released, Web Essentials will no longer support compiling SASS files. The recommended method is now to use Grunt to do this for you. It was a bit of a search to find the correct setup to get this working so I thought I'd explain what I did to help others get this running.
Yesterday an EU commission announced it was looking at plans to reverse the fragmentation of internet shopping, by providing a digital single market in Europe covering e-commerce, courier and parcel delivery rates.
Starting from yesterday, April 21st 2015, Google will be using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide, with significant impact on search results. It is therefore time - if you haven’t started already - to make your website mobile-friendly.
We have recently had a shift in our process to become more agile and transparent, this has been very helpful to my testing and in case there are any fellow testers reading this, I'd like to explain why..