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Electro Mechanical Systems' Bespoke CMS

We would really like to share one of our recent projects with our readers, and give you a look at a couple of interesting features with this website build.

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Protecting Yourself

A few points on contracts, deposits and take care of your small business.

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What is Responsive Web Design, and do you need it?

We discuss some of the benefits of including a responsive design on your website, and one of the most common oversights often made.

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The Effects of #Mobilegeddon on Responsive Websites

The recent changes may have affected a large number of high ranking websites. The biggest difference doesn't appear to be solely device based (yet?) but down to their new search algorithm. Read more about it.

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New Office, New Projects

In light of our recent move I thought it would be nice to blog about the last month in Applecado HQ.

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Production BMW Championship Website Launch

Applecado is proud to reveal the new Production BMW Championship website and it's fantastic features.

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Server Jargon Busting

When you don’t work with hosting every day, it can be confusing. I’d like to explain some of the terminology and jargon, and hopefully help some of you out.

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"Rules" for Designing a Responsive Website

Having a responsive website is becoming more important than ever before, and we’d like to recommend a few things to consider when planning, creating or updating your website.

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Achievement Unlocked!

I hope you can forgive the personal/racing blog entry this week. Saturday 4th October saw the penultimate event in the PBMW championship (so there won’t be many of these to read this year) and a fantastic result mustn’t go unnoticed!

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PHP Frameworks; Why We Use Symfony

Later this week, London will be hosting Symfony Live 2014. It seems a very good time to talk about frameworks, Symfony itself and why we use it.

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The Importance of User Experience (UX)

UX or User Experience Design is the process of designing with a user-orientated perspective, it encompasses many concepts including accessibility, usability and even system performance, or server speed. Web designers should always have this at forefront of any decisions affecting the wants and needs of the visitor.

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