The unearth-ed.com.au website went live last week after a full design refresh from M R K.
The new site looks great, runs well on mobile devices and has more clear call to action for this medium sized travel business.
Take a look at the new site and congratulations to the Unearth-ed.com.au team.
This website was one of our end of financial basic website builds.
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Are we ready to be fully AMP’ed?
Google has announced a new open source initiative called Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP HTML. AMP’s aim is to dramatically improve the performance of the mobile web. Essentially, the goal is to improve the entire mobile content ecosystem for everyone. It wants to make it fast and easy for users on mobile devices to access the content they love and enjoy.
The Internet of things?
I had so many questions when I first heard this phrase. What is The Internet Of Things?
More and more I have been hearing people be bewildered at what this phrase means and what it means for business so I thought Id better hunt down a video to explain it to everyone a little more clearly and plainly.
Having an SSL on your website is important.
SSL Certificates are used to establish a secure encrypted connection between a browser, the one on your computer and a server, a website you are visiting.
SSL connection protects sensitive data, such as credit card information or usernames and passwords, exchanged during each visit or session.
If your site has forms that ask for sensitive, personal information you should be using an SSL Certificate. Otherwise, that data is transmitted in clear text and anybody, such as a hacker, could intercept this transmission and collect, store or even sell this information.
Not having SSL on your site could mean that you are missing leads due to visitors not filling out forms on unsecured pages.
If you want to learn more about SSL please contact the team at M R K and we can assist you in understanding your requirements and make a recommendation.
Both the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, and new accessories, are available for preorder in Australia from October 7 and will then available for purchase on November 12.
The Surface Pro 4 sports a 12.3-inch screen squeezed into the same Pro 3 12-inch frame. It’s also a bit slimmer, at 9.1mm vs 8.4mm and weighs in from 766 grams. (more…)