New Kentico 7 Licence Costs
Kentico CMS 7 will introduce several new features (see the roadmap). The table below shows how these new features are distributed between editions: Also, A/B Testing, Multivariate...
Wednesday 30 May 2012
Kentico 6 Upgrade - what we know
We thought to start the new year we will give you a few tips on how we have been finding the upgrade process over the past few months of the new Kentico 6.0 CMS. This blog coincides with our...
Tuesday 17 January 2012
Down tools – It’s race day!
A few years ago Web Design Magic was asked to re-develop the Dick Johnson Racing website. Whilst we found the site build very interesting and the cars and teams amazing the whole office also...
Monday 24 October 2011
How to FAIL Website Projects
Over the years we have completed many projects. So instead of providing you with a list of things not to do we have twisted it around. Here is a list of things to do if you wish to fail your website project... A bit of fun.
Tuesday 22 September 2009
32 Bit Thinking in a 64 Bit World
Here at Web Design Magic we have literally spent years and years attempting to perfect the best methodology to invent software or create websites and systems. In the beginning, very much like any up and coming software house, we seemed to jump in and start building without to much thought into any processes either functional, legal or visual.
Tuesday 08 September 2009
Mixing Business with pleasure
I don’t know if you have noticed, but there seems to be a new way we are meant to catch up with friends, share small snippets of information and show off our photos – Social Networking. I have always said “I can never find the time to do all this sort of stuff. It’s for the younger generation.” Sort of ironic as I type my blog hey...
Friday 27 February 2009
Seven Days Without Technology Makes One Weak!
I have always loved technology. When the first computer came out I had to have one. I remember saving up hundreds of my hard earned dollars (or mum and dads) to purchase a Dick Smith VZ200 and then soon a Vic 20 and then we saw power with the Commodore 64, 128 and so on...
Wednesday 25 February 2009