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You have under 60 seconds to impress potential customers online

written by Momena Ibrahim | May 17, 2017

Ever wondered how long on average a viewer will spend on a webpage? According to research, it is less than a minute – 59 seconds to be exact. This may sound like an alarmingly short amount of time, but it could explain high bounce rates and low conversion for your website. Though the internet is […]

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Launch of the brand new CDI World website

written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | March 9, 2017

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the new CDI World website, after they came to us with the idea of building a new website. They needed a safe and secure site, one which would protect their data – and that of their clients. While stickee already hosted CDI World’s old site, this new project enabled […]

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How to select a web development agency

8 tips for choosing a web development agency

written by Damian Carvill | February 24, 2017

Three years ago, I had an extension built on the back of my house. I went through the usual process of getting quotes from a selection of builders and then chose one that was competitive and who I liked. Easy peasy lemonade. But everyone I knew who had gone through the same process told me […]

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mobile

Like it or not, people are looking at your website on a mobile

written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | January 30, 2017

So, you went and made a website. Congratulations! We bet it looks amazing on your office desktop – but really, what matters is that it looks amazing to your customers. And there’s a pretty good chance they’ll be using a smartphone to browse your site, what with the year being 2017 and all. If your […]

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Why Drupal needs care and attention to its backend

written by Karl Binder | April 4, 2012

As an agency that has often used Drupal as its CMS and development environment we’ve come across countless projects that have had varying levels of experience from the customer who ultimately uses it. We’ve often been outsourced to by other agencies who have used us for the nuts and bolts development, while providing their own […]

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Whilton Mill Go Karting

written by Karl Binder | July 13, 2011

We’re very happy to see the new Whilton Mill website go live this month. We’ve been working with Whilton Mill on their new site since the spring and have designed and built a new online booking/enquiry system for them that includes a new searchable database of all their activities.

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Usability testing – making your website easier to use

written by Karl Binder | February 13, 2011

Just when you think you’ve made something idiot proof, someone goes and builds a better idiot. We know your visitors aren’t idiots, but if you make your site so a 5 year old can use it then your visitors will be able to do so without even thinking about it. You already know how to use your […]

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Working with Toye, Kenning and Spencer in Birmingham

written by Karl Binder | May 1, 2010

Everyone at Adhere is over the moon that we’re about to begin work with Toye, Kenning and Spencer on their new ecommerce website(s). “Toye craftsmen have created exceptional identity products for civil and military markets since 1685. The firm has grown and diversified but the original values are unchanged – superb craft skills, quality and […]

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Itsourmovie.com 2 – New Website for online video

written by Karl Binder | February 25, 2010

The first www.itsourmovie.com movie has been made now and is currently in the process of distribution. All the actors auditioned online and were voted for by the public. We’re currently cutting together a trailer for the movie which will be on the website shortly. In the meantime we’ve started preparing the site for it’s relaunch […]

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Inter Car Cleaning Software Development

written by Karl Binder | February 23, 2010

We’re currently working on a rebrand, website and software application for ICC, Inter Car Cleaning. This includes a piece of offline/online software that can be used to book and log car wash and valet services across multiple locations. The bookings are entered into a machine on location which then syncs up to a central system […]

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Why WordPress?

written by Karl Binder | July 4, 2009

Open source software has it’s pros and cons. Our CMS of choice at this time in 2009 is still generally is Drupal, especially for the larger sites, but WordPress has come a long way in the last few years, and although still ideal for it’s blogging roots, has now become a much more versatile CMS. […]

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