The Men’s Sheds movement

Another great project to help men’s mental health is the Men’s Sheds movement.

Ecommerce Enlightenment ebook – now on Amazon

Ecommerce Enligtenment is now on Amazon With lockdown encouraging more and more businesses online, get the knowledge you need to succeed in our guide to selling online. Save £1000s and reduce stress by tackling your ecommerce project in the right way. Business to consumer ecommerce was worth £137bn in the UK in 2017, up 16% […]

Freelancer Interview: Pete Clark – Freelance web designer

Who are you? That should be an easy starter question right? But at the risk of getting too deep too quickly this is something I’ve given a great deal of thought to recently. About a year ago I realised I was maintaining different versions of ‘who I was’ for different groups of people. There was […]

Reasons to avoid ‘nulled’ or unlicensed WordPress plugins

WordPress is an amazing system with thousands of hours of development behind it, backed up with hundreds of free and commercial plugins to add features, make it easier to use and even turn it into a forum or online shop. A common model is ‘freemium’ where you get a cut down version for free and […]

“The Social Dilemma” and healthier social networking

There’s a new documentary on Netflix called “The Social Dilemma” and as they describe it: This documentary-drama hybrid explores the dangerous human impact of social networking, with tech experts sounding the alarm on their own creations. There’s a basic story about a family struggling with phone addiction, but the meat of this for me is […]

WooCommerce: Adding single page ordering & pickup slots

We recently built a WooCommerce website for Cluck Brothers chicken rotisserie, and they had some interesting requirements. Pickup Slots As the business is a mobile food truck selling freshly cooked chickens, the usual delivery options were not suitable. A blanked ‘store pickup’ option wouldn’t fit either, for two reasons. Firstly during times of social distancing the business […]