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?
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 […]
My name is Tom and I have been doing my work experience at Indigo Tree. I have always been interested in computers so I wanted somewhere I could really experience […]
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 […]
The Indigo Tree team are practicing their French ready for WordCamp Europe in Paris on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th June. We are looking forward to some great talks, good […]
Last month, we launched a website for a new client Louise, which is a directory website for Notary Public and related services. The ambitious project was planned, designed, programmed and launched […]
Do you have a search box or form on your website? If you do not already have a security certificate you will need to add one by October 2017, otherwise […]
On Thursday 25th May Louise Towler spoke at WPLDN, the WordPress London Meetup about the journey from Freelancer to Agency.
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.
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.
Here are a few examples we’ve plucked from the Internet for your inspiration. We quite often use GreenSock and ScrollMagic because they are among the most powerful animation and scroll-animating libraries.
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.