Simon Cruise | January 19, 2017

A developer looks back

I’ve been a professional developer/software engineer/programmer for 15 or so years now, 22 years if you include college education and typing in Basic programs from magazines into my Commodore 64.…

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Ben Leftwich | August 29, 2016

Email Best Practices in the Cayman Islands

Not too long ago, there were predictions of the death of email. Social media was going to rule they said! Long live Facebook they said! More recently, services like Slack…

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Ben Leftwich | August 19, 2016

Don’t try to do it all online, do enough consistently

There’s a pretty standard conversation we have with our clients. Often they come in and ask “should I be on Facebook?” That answer is usually yes. “What about Twitter?” they…

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Ben Leftwich | August 2, 2016

10 Little Social Media Tricks You May Not Know

When you live your life in social media like we do, you run across a few tricks of the trade that become second nature but aren’t particularly well known. Some…

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Ben Leftwich | July 27, 2016

Commitment and consistency in web design

Converting visitors on your website can be a tedious and difficult process at times. You want them to take a particular action, but for some reason they keep leaving the…

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Ben Leftwich | July 5, 2016

Managing complex digital marketing projects

Tell us if this sounds familiar? You have a great idea for a new digital product or service that you want to deliver through your website, but it seems to…

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Ben Leftwich | May 30, 2016

Social Proof in Web Design

Another great take away from Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion is the concept of social proof to influence behaviour. Basically, the concept is as follows: when you’re unsure of how…

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Rob Barton | May 18, 2016

How to sell your products using WhatsApp and Instagram

Let’s say you operate a small or medium size retail business. You want to sell your products online, but you don’t have deep pockets, nor do you have a good…

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Ben Leftwich | March 7, 2016

Give your blog personality: have an opinion

Most company blogs suck. Everyone is so worried about offending that they never actually proffer a real perspective. The result: they end up with a boring blog. Please don’t be…

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Rob Barton | April 29, 2015

Designing internal software that looks as good as Apple

In the last few years, and thanks mainly to Apple, digital user-experiences are now finally user-friendly. From comparing and buying insurance online, to analyzing your daily workout routines, the average…

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Rob Barton | December 4, 2013

Journey to a networked nation

An article in today’s Cayman Compass, The private cost of public spending, reminded me of a pitch we made earlier this year to senior government officials: Hon Franz Manderson, Dax…

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Rob Barton | November 22, 2013

Cayman agency builds big app. Welcome to Storipass.

Around about this time last year, we were invited to do some mobile work for a client who dominates the attraction photo business. We put together an all-star team here…

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Ben Leftwich | March 4, 2013

Three tips to keep your fans engaged on Facebook

Managing a Facebook page for a company can be a daunting task. How do you keep all those fans interested every day? In fact, how do you even build a…

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