Whether we were prepared or not, COVID-19 pushed us all into an online world, relying heavily on the internet to work from home, socialise, and entertain ourselves. While this worked […]
In March 2019, Louise delivered a 10 minute lightening talk about how to build a fast WordPress website at the WordPress London Meetup. Towards the end of 2018 we were […]
Louise gave a ten minute lightening talk at the WordPress London WPLDN meetup on 28th June, on ways to improve website speed. So here are the top tips and slides […]
The following is a transcript of the talk on Using WordPress as a Headless CMS, that developer Benjamin Read gave at WordCamp London 2018. The talk covered: 1. What is […]
Indigo Tree developer Benjamin Read recently gave a talk at WordCamp London, showcasing some of our strategies and tools for using WordPress as a headless (or decoupled) CMS. Watch this […]
The new General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR will become enforceable from 25th May 2018. This regulation dictates the procedures for the control of personal data and the consequences […]
All we’ve ever done with Wordpress in the past is create the pages, add all the client’s content:- images, text and everything else – and output it using a WordPress […]
In September, Indigo Tree attended React London meetup at Facebook’s offices near King’s Cross to hear Benjie Gillam, Faraz Khan and Robbie McCorkell talk about GraphQL and css-in-js strategies. React, […]
You may have heard the buzzword “Jamstack” mentioned in web development circles recently. But what is the JAMStack, and how can it help your business?
June and her team at My Mustard a PPC agency based in Hemel Hempstead, have been happy customers of Indigo Tree for years. We’ve always had a great relationship, and […]
Our mission this year is to improve accessibility across the design and development of our new projects. Here’s how we have built on Wordpress’ default behaviour to provide a better experience for screen readers.
Would you say that your website load speed matters? Is it something you factor into your design decisions, your pricing, and your expected Return on Investment when commissioning a website project? Here’s why it should be.