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Online security

We’ve been hearing a lot lately about scammers hacking into business email accounts, sending updated invoices to customers with new bank details, and duping customers into paying into the new account which is actually a scam account. Customers see the email and...

Designing for accessibility

Designing for accessibility is something a lot of designers have previously overlooked (guilty as charged here). There are plenty of things creators of online content can do to make it easier for people using screen readers to access their content. Hashtags Hashtags...

Kerning & tracking

Kerning always reminds me of the sweet, buttery smell of freshly popped corn kernels but, alas, kerning has nothing to do with delicious popcorn. Kerning is the adjustment of space between two letters to create a more aesthetically pleasing visual result. Kerning is...

Coding

Does coding look like a foreign language to you? If you said yes, you would be right. HTML (HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are two completely different computer languages that tell a website what to do and how to look (a bit like a strict...

Who owns your content?

Who owns your content? Did you realise that only your website truly belongs to you? The content you add to your social media accounts is forever at the mercy of the company that owns those platforms. If anything were to happen to those companies or they decided your...