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 […]
We ran a Workshop at WordCamp Brighton 2018 about how to use the WordPress REST API and Gatsby.js to build a static website.
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 […]
We’ve been working with WordPress for years, and consequently we’ve been spoilt by the number of plugins available to WordPress developers. One of the more popular plugins, and one that […]
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 know those times when you put a website live, everything goes well, you leave the office and you think to yourself, today was a good day. Then you remember, […]
If you’ve been following our shenanigans for any length of time, you probably know that Indigo Tree love to experiment with new technology. We recently splashed out on an Amazon IoT Button and programmed it to send jokes to our team communication tool. Here’s how it was done.
You know the drill, you run your site through one of the many online performance tools, and you’re told to optimise delivery of CSS, and inline critical CSS. This was […]
WordPress hooks (actions & filters) are by far the most powerful feature within WordPress. They allow for extension of WordPress without the need to change core code. We use them […]
Sometimes we get a project that we know we can really shine, giving our customers some Beautiful Code of great value that can help propel their business forward. We were […]
It was over a year ago that Google first announced it was planning a mobile first index. So what can website owners and businesses do to prepare for this change?
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.
Deciding what to animate as a designer can be difficult, particularly because everything you do has to be expressed in code. And not everything can be. This post is first in a series that aims to help you identify some things you might like to keep in mind when designing for interactions.