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As we go along we often stumble upon some cool software and resources. Our little blog is a place where we like to share those with you. Occasionally we may brag a little bit about the nifty completed projects or web applications we've developed. Hope you'll enjoy the read!

Senator David Norris new website goes live

Senator David Norris new website goes live

We are very happy to show off Senator David Norris' new website. During this project, we not only had the pleasure to update the website to modern standards, but also had the chance to work directly with the Senator to produce some short introduction videos.

The website is now fully responsive - mobile and tablet friendly. It has a simple, clean and friendly design, and is easy to browse.

2015-11-24

Keep your website looking good and fresh with these 2 simple tips

Two words: colors and size. Most website owners are guilty of doing those in reverse.

2015-09-16

Moodle - Tips for user bulk uploads!

Moodle - Tips for user bulk uploads!

 Short-cuts and tips for enrolling users into Moodle and onto courses. This link/tutorial outlines some of the main features and explains in a friendly way :)

Check it out: http://saffroninteractive.com/how-to-bulk-upload-users-to-moodle-in-ten-indispensable-tips/

2015-09-08

Create a cool map for your website online in minutes!

Create a cool map for your website online in minutes!

 This is a handy little online pixel maps generator! It has a couple of nice options to customize the style, colors and area. Has some icons, shapes and text elements as well.

Offers the world view with countries division or country view with regions division.

Very handy if you just need to drop a simple map onto your website.

2015-09-09

Quickest poster/sign maker for social media or whatever else you can think of

Quickest poster/sign maker for social media or whatever else you can think of

Sometimes you just need to grab attention quickly and easily. Big signs that stand out will do that for ya.

And with this little service by TypeSlab, you can just type it in, download the image, then drop it into your post. Or print. Or whatever else you need. Pure handy! ;) 

Options: Couple of different styles and color schemes. You can download or host it on imgur

That's it. Sorry for the short post :P

2015-09-02