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02 Jun 2010
Backing up your data is not a glamorous part of running a business, but it might just save your arse one day. I recently overhauled my entire backup policy to give Shark Attack full belt-and-braces protection, & I thought I’d break it down here for anyone who is wondering where to start.
19 Mar 2010
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28 Feb 2010
14 Feb 2010
A fair bit of what is required to achieve decent search engine rankings can be done simply via the basic premise, design and upkeep of the site. This is sometimes called Organic SEO, and here are my tips for getting it to work for you.
24 Jan 2010
Every day design clients the world over receive finished, printed materials and cannot understand why the colours do not look precisely like the artwork that they approved from the comfort and convenience of their computer screen.
Well, here’s why.
04 Sep 2009
Taking the time to perform a thorough and well-executed upgrade to OS X can make the difference between a zippy new working environment and a blue screen or kernel panic. Here is my recommended upgrade procedure, tried and tested over many years and system upgrades. It’s never let me down yet.
30 Aug 2009
Can Adobe really not find the resources to provide businesses with much-needed compatibility data regarding CS3 and Snow Leopard?
14 Aug 2009
12 Aug 2009
Record labels are preparing to introduce a new format intended to revitalise the album market. Apple is doing likewise. Are we poised for another battle for format dominance?
12 Aug 2009
Ever since the National Identity Scheme was first suggested by politicians, we’ve been told that “those who have nothing to hide have have nothing to fear”. This would appear to be nonsense, especially if you are a celebrity and a government employee is feeling a bit bored.
28 Jul 2009
28 Jul 2009
RGBA colour can help you lay out your web page, identify overlapping elements and see where your CSS or box model implementation has maybe gone a bit wonky. Here’s how.
27 Jul 2009
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19 Jun 2009
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11 Jun 2009
Here is the full, unedited text of the Q&A that led to Shark Attack’s record sleeve design work being featured in MacUser last year.
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