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Google security changes mean you may need an SSL certificate

Changes to how Google Chrome treats standard HTTP websites mean that sites which collect any form of data - even simple contact forms or site search - will need a security certificate or risk being labelled as "not secure".

Blogging tips – your Starter for 10

We've been delivering digital engagement for the Creative England's Starter for 10 competition, which awarded £10,000 to 10 creative digital businesses in the South West. As part of our ongoing work, we've been asked to advise the winners on…

Get up and running on Flickr in 5 minutes

I was started writing a guide for a client, to get them up and running using Flickr to upload photos and create galleries to feed onto their website, and I thought I'd make it available a quick primer for anyone starting to use Flickr. Note:…