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Word up! Tickbox technical director Daryl Phillips explains recent changes to WordPress and Tickbox’s approach to upgrading your site

It’s been a week (or so) since WordPress 5.0 (Bebo) was released. Some of you may have seen, upgraded or received an update notification about it. It's the biggest update so far for Wordpress. The main focal point centred around the rich…

2017- still ticking all the boxes

During 2017 our development team has been busy with several major site relaunches for prestige customers.  While we have also run a national programme of tech and training (Volunteer Makers) supported by Arts Council England. The year…

Riding the wave of the volunteering revolution

Tickbox has long been involved in creating innovative technology ideas with organisations for and with arts, heritage, charities and community organisations. As a marketing and technology company we strove to create a digital platform along…
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We have moved...

Its business as usual, but from a new home! Exciting things are happening at Tickbox and we wanted to share the news with you.
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DirtyCow moooo-ving to a server near you

No you read that right. DirtyCow - or copy-on-write for those inclined - is the latest hidden vulnerability to hit unprotected servers and in some cases Linux driven smartphones.
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The Volunteer Revolution - Volunteer Makers

Today we are launching Volunteer Makers (VM) pilot training programme. This is a training and technology programme for arts, heritage and charities that is a rethinking of how organisations are working with volunteers. It is driven by the principles of the digital revolution, but taking this virtual engagement into the reality of real-world working together.

Tickbox sponsors Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra

Tickbox are delighted to be the official sponsors of the Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra for 2015. We’ve been passionate advocates of the arts and community engagement since we set up our digital agency in 2006, and are proud to support the inspiring and innovative work of the BMO in Bristol. As part of the sponsorship we will be working with the orchestra on projects to increase engagement with the community to make classic music more accessible and inclusive.