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How Sass CSS has improved our front end

Posted by Karl Tynan

For some time now, we have been using CSS preprocessors in our front end development at Gibe Digital. In the past we had used Less CSS, but we soon switched to Sass CSS.

If you are not already using a CSS preprocessor, find out more about the benefits and how Sass can improve your next front end project.

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Umbraco Link Picker

Posted by Karl Tynan

We recently released a package to the Umbraco community. Find out more about our Umbraco Link Picker for Umbraco 7.

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We're hiring a new Producer

Posted by Pete Williams

We're a rapidly expanding digital agency based in the centre of Bristol that need an experienced project or account manager to help manage our growing portfolio of clients.

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Out With The Old, In With The New!

Posted by John Williams

The start of a new year is traditionally a time to reflect on the past 12 months and make plans for the coming year. If you are looking to change website platforms, or simply wish to re design your site, look no further.

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New Faces at Gibe

Posted by John Williams

With the new year, some new faces have arrived here at Gibe HQ. Building and strengthening a team with just the right blend of skills for our clients, we’re pleased to announce the appointments of John Williams and Mike Beastall.

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Help! My Facebook page video won't autoplay

Posted by Karl Tynan

In the past 12 months, Facebook has introduced videos that play silently and automatically when they scroll into view in your Facebook timeline.

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Find out more about how and when these videos will play on timelines, and find out how to disable the autoplay functionality if you don't want it for your own timeline.

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Gibe Got Game: New Bristol Sport Website Goes Live

Posted by John Williams

The Gibe team actively participates in sports in and around the Bristol area, so we’re excited to announce the launch of the new Bristol Sports website www.bristol-sport.co.uk Teaming up with our friends at Activation, we handled strategic, creative and technical aspects for Bristol Sport, offering a strong set of capabilities through the combination of expertise in digital marketing and digital technology.

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Front end development and BEM

Posted by Karl Tynan

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Moving forward, we are looking to use a variation of BEM (Block, Element, Modifier) for our front end development at Gibe, but what does that mean for our projects?

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Gibe Plays its Cards Right With New Whistlefish Site

Posted by John Williams

Back in October 2013, we launched a fully responsive ecommerce site for Whistlefish Galleries. The site was designed to offer customers an immersive and engaging experience, which would reflect Whistlefish Galleries’ proposition of offering affordable art and would also support national expansion of the business.

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Tapping Potential: A New website For Tap Warehouse

Posted by John Williams

We are pleased to announce the launch of Tap Warehouse’s brand spanking new responsive ecommerce website, tapwarehouse.com. Following the success of its first site, launched by the team in 2011, Tap Warehouse (a leading online retailer of bathroom and kitchen products) re-commissioned Gibe to re-develop and redesign the site to be fully responsive, allowing customers to have the same great experience across all devices. The objectives were to continue to drive sales and re-design the website to reflect the brand’s new proposition as the major authority site on bathroom and kitchen products.

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