How changes to children’s privacy online will affect websites
Concern for children’s privacy online is resulting in sweeping changes across the internet – and your website or social media could be affected.
The new Californian law that affects the entire internet
How a new Californian data privacy law could affect your website.
The 15 craziest domain suffixes
Thinking of creating a new website? Want something a bit more eyecatching than .co.uk or .com? We explore some of your options…
Google’s “mobile-first indexing” explained
Had an email from Google saying “mobile-first indexing has been enabled”? Find out what this is and improve the performance of your site with some quick changes.
Who’s behind the mask? Domain ownership and GDPR
We explain why hiding domain owner data is bad for website management and security
What GDPR means for your domain registration
GDPR will make it a lot more difficult to manage your domain registration. We explain why…
What links Meghan Markle to pangolins and Pink?
Here we take a look at the top 10 most searched topics on Google and your surfing habits last year…
Branding the intangible
How the rise of cryptocurrencies proves the value of graphic design and branding
Your WordPress website will soon need an SSL certificate
Using Wordpress? Quick heads-up, it’s time to get SSL certified, here are the main reasons why…
We’re Gold & Silver Digital Award winners!
We’re absolutely thrilled to announce that in the MK Digital Awards we’ve scooped both a Gold award in the Lifestyle & Culture category and Silver award across all 12 categories
Google to demote sites that use popups on mobile
Google recently announced that, as of January 2017, they’ll start to demote sites in mobile search results that use popups, overlays and interstitials
Twitter’s character limit increased. Slightly.
Images, other people’s tweets you’re quoting or retweeting, URLs and links, GIFs, video and other media content will no longer count towards the 144 character limit
Google Chrome now shows warning for all non-secure sites
In the latest version of Google’s Chrome browser (v53), website visitors are now explicitly warned if the website they’re visiting isn’t secured by an SSL certificate
Team Aubergine complete 12-mile Tough Mudder challenge
After 6 months of training that included long-distance running, weight training and an unatural amount of practice on the monkey bars in the local park in Leighton Buzzard, Sunday 25th September saw #TeamAubergine successfully complete their Tough Mudder challenge.
Team Aubergine Tough Mudder training update
We’re ready as we’ll ever be. Well, as ready as anyone can be to take on a 12 mile, 28 obstacle assault course!
Evidence proves Google prefers https over non-SSL sites
We’re now seeing 30% (and rising) of all page 1 search results have an https URL