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The Winey Cow – a little web magic

I love it when a project comes together.

We’ve just signed off on our latest creative endeavour, a new website for the good folk of The Winey Cow cafe and wine bar. And we’re pretty chuffed with how well it’s been received.

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Rony’s my name, websites are my game

It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you our newest staff member Rony Rahman, unashamed Friends junkie and political drama obsessive. Oh, and did we also mention that he has a PhD in computer science with the University of NSW?

Rony has joined the Scribblevision team as a website developer, where he will put his superior technical skills to use building clever, innovative, cutting-edge websites and applications that are as user-friendly on your mobile and tablet as on your PC.

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Content is king

Here I am, the newest member of the Scribblevision team. I'm the girl who started her working life cleaning a butcher shop, took a mid-career break to pick daffodils in Cornwall, and in the baby years even attempted to earn a living selling cosmetics via party plan.

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Why upgrade your website

So the big question, “is it even worth upgrading my website?” Well I could start this article with the obvious answer and be done with it. But nevertheless I’d like to give you a little insight into why I think it’s a good idea to use the latest web technologies and what the benefits are of having a professional website.

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The Creative Wall – Featured Project

This weeks featured project “The Creative Wall” is a great example of creative logo design and an online shopping cart fully managed by the client. Be sure to check out the project pages below for more information on the project.

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Reasons why you should NEVER use Internet Explorer

Ok so in our professional opinion there are many, many reasons why internet explorer shouldn’t be used. For us it’s a matter of unsupported web technologies and lack of web standard compliance. But for the vast majority of users there is a much more important reason to stay away from this bug infested, security venerable web browser.

One of the most well known issue is the lack of security in Microsofts activeX control. You can read all about the top 10 reasons why not here:

http://blogs.computerworld.com/18552/12_reasons_not_to_use_internet_explorer_ever

…and there are many more reasons. This article on Computer World by Michael Horowitz outlines 12 reasons why not to use IE. Michael Horowitz is not just some computer geek writing blogs on the net, he wrote the very first computer program in 1973. Spent 20 years working on IBM. Yes he was there before that windows guy! …and the mac guy for the matter.

Any way more to the point if you are an Internet Explorer user PLEASE, PLEASE do yourself a favour and get upgraded to one of the following… (These are all free too!)

In order of our preference:

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Featured Website – Vartel Developments

Vartel Developments needed a website to showcase the beautiful homes they have to offer. Scribblevision created an engaging website to create an environment for potential clients to feel comfortable and secure while browsing their home designs.

With social integration and a content management system that is easy to use, they now have a very powerful online presence. Vartel can now showcase their homes to the world.

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Featured Design – EBBWEC

Esso BHP Billiton Wellington Entertainment Centre were needing an updated brand and identity to work with their corporate image, at the same time supporting the entertainment and performing arts identit

It was a pleasure to work with the team at EBBWEC to create a new and unique brand for the entertainment centre.

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Featured Website – Danae Photography

David at Danae Photography was ready to build on his business with a fresh new identity. The goal was to create a brand that was unique and recognisable to distinguish Danae Photography as Gippsland’s leading photography studio.

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