The Cookie Monster is here

http://www.flickr.com/photos/nathaninsandiego/3757033518/ The UK's implementation of EU Cookie regulations come into force this Saturday and the web design world is frantically trying to work out what to do! Firstly a bit of background into cookies and why we are where we are! Cookies make the web go round - they're how a website remembers who you … Continue reading The Cookie Monster is here

WordPress 3.2

We've just upgraded our blogging system to the latest version of WordPress - version 3.2. Currently this is just for the blogging network but we'll be testing and rolling it out to WordPress powered sites that are part of the corporate website. Check out some of the new features in this video from WordPress.tv: http://wordpress.tv/2011/07/04/introducing-wordpress-3-2-gershwin/ … Continue reading WordPress 3.2

Browser Support

A couple of weeks ago, Google announced that from 1 August 2011 they will be changing the way they support web browsers for their Google Apps products including Gmail. Their blog post gives a little more information: For web applications to spring even farther ahead of traditional software, our teams need to make use of … Continue reading Browser Support

OMAC (Word)Pressing on

It's been a quiet few months on the Web Services blog but there's been load going on behind slightly ajar doors! In December we launched the Online Marketing and Communications (OMAC) Project with five strands: Site navigation, structure and homepage Academic department websites Marketing content Student recruitment and conversion Mobile and social media Over the … Continue reading OMAC (Word)Pressing on