The revamped website for the Small Business Union was launched today! The redesign called for a more modern appearance, and we cut down the number of decorative images required to download to just 3 – which includes the buttons! Along with increased download speed the website is now much easier to update and maintain. Future […]
About a month ago I pulled the noisy old room air conditioner out of the office window, and ordered a new split system. It’s not here yet, and the air conditioning company can’t (or won’t) tell us when we can expect to see it. It was 32 degrees here yesterday, with a similar temperature predicted […]
The programme for Web Essentails 04 was updated today and it looks better than ever. I fly to Sydney on Wednesday morning, the conference runs for Thursday and Friday, and I’ll be home on Saturday. I’m looking forward to hearing from some of the most influential people in web design today – and not just […]
Well, this isn’t exactly new anymore, but I noticed today that I hadn’t actually put it anywhere, nor really told anyone about it! So here it is! Drawing from our experience with Beef 2003 (and again getting ready for Beef 2006), Horse Australia 2005 features a draft programme and an outline of the events that […]
We released a slightly revised version of Rockhampton Regional Development’s website today, further improving the underlying architecture in order to: Make it easier for search engines to read Improve download time, and Make it easier to update We have also added a “print stylesheet”, which means that it automatically creates “printer-friendly” pages whenever you hit […]
The latest Neilsen//Netratings figures for the “active internet universe” show us that there are a lot of people online. Australia in August had 8,817,815 active internet users! If you think that’s a lot, check out the global figures.