Web-development

Brian Whelan3rd September 2023Brian Whelan

The Power of a Custom Web Experience

The wide availability of templates and page builders has made it easier and faster to set up a website. While on the surface this seems positive, it may not be the best approach….

Brian Whelan16th September 2022Brian Whelan

Headless WordPress: Why Losing Your Head Is The Future

Developers are increasingly separating WordPress and utilising its backend as a headless Content Management System […]

Gavin Duff9th February 2021Gavin Duff

Google’s Page Experience Update is Almost Here

You will know by now that your website needs to load fast. You just need […]

Mary Collins20th November 2019Mary Collins

The state of AR on the Web in 2019

In April this year Friday turned 5 and to celebrate, the whole team travelled out […]

Jonathan Dempsey25th September 2019Jonathan Dempsey

Next-gen Images: Page Speed’s New Best Friend

If we can reduce the file size of images as much as we can without affecting their overall quality, it will greatly improve the user’s experience and page speed on your website. Converting your images to a next-gen image format, like WebP, is one of the best ways to achieve this.

Gavin Duff22nd March 2019Gavin Duff

Enough is Enough: SEO is Not Optional

SEO drives visibility amongst those who have likely not heard about your brand. Without it, your website is mostly only getting traffic from those who already have.