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You might be prompted to install Gutenberg on your Creatomatic WordPress website. We recommend that you don’t…yet. Here’s why.
A bit of background into our hosting services at Creatomatic Ltd.
We stepped in to transform Ipso Books into its new brand, turning a project around in under a fortnight.
Here at Creatomatic, we’re having a wonderful time dealing with the final week in the run-up to the GDPR deadline. Here’s a few final things you should know before the deadline.
We’ve been practicing what we preach this week and updating our own website with some of our recent work, some of which we’ll be sharing here.
The weather’s hit Annan (and beyond) with a vengeance this morning.
This vital, local service is struggling and could really benefit from a little help.
We’re not altogether certain that we can count this as part of our ‘award-winning’ blurb, mind…
How to stop your thoroughbred horse from turning into a camel.
Creatomatic are looking for a junior web designer/developer to join the busy team here at our Annan office
We’ve levelled up to a new office – come see us soon.
We’ve designed, developed launched a new website, with an online catalogue of rail maintenance equipment, case studies, team biographies and careers information, for SB Rail.
This week we were both humbled and gratified to be the recipients of two CX Projects Business Awards at their annual prize-giving ceremony.
Creatomatic are in the list of finalists for the ‘Best Employer’ and ‘Most Innovative Business’ awards
Making it easy to drop columns into WordPress, with a single click.
It’s becoming an informal tradition that we mark company birthdays with a) a full-on night on the town, and b) a quick round-up of what we’ve been up to over the last 12 months. While we managed Part A quite effectively – with the collective team taken to the uber friendly Electric Fields festival, at […]
Quite often when we’re putting sites together, we’ll need to put content into columns. There’s a few ways to skin this particular cat – we can split content into separate boxes in WordPress, or use the ‘more’ tag as a flag to split content into two columns – but if the site requires something more […]
Just one of a series of screencasts we’ll be producing over the following months to help with common WordPress issues.
We’re pleased to announce that as of Monday 2nd March 2015, Sigma Internet has become a part of Creatomatic
Creatomatic will be closed from Friday 19th December 2014 and will re-open on Monday 5th January 2015.
I love my team. And they love me too (We also made a donation to the Motor Neuron Disease Association; you can too, if you want to help a very good cause.) Kit
While there’s no ukeleles in this years birthday blog post, it’s a good time to have a wee recap of where we are in 2014.
Our own, home-grown solution to better search within WordPress.
Last month we thought we’d go above and beyond sending out cards, and properly spoil some of our favourite clients.
Our opening hours and support details for the Christmas 2013 period.
It’s all good, until the musical fascism kicks in.
A question we get asked a lot lately is: ‘Will my site work on my phone?’ It will indeed. Here’s how.
Looking back over our first year in business – with bonus video content. You’re welcome.
Welcome to Bridge House; our new home as of March 2013.
This week, we launched a slightly refreshed WordPress retrofit for the local legends at The Bookshop in Wigtown. (For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of visiting this establishment, it’s like a real-life Black Books, but bigger. And with more wine. The Bookshop Facebook page gives an excellent flavour of the place). We […]
It’s the first question we ask all our potential clients at the very first meeting, and one that’s often met with a look of confusion and the odd raised eyebrow.
It’s a late-night launch for the first version of Creatomatic.co.uk. As we type this, it’s 11:30pm, and we’ve been working on the website for fourteen and a half hours.
Personally speaking: I hate the phrase ‘mission statement’. Personally speaking. It’s excessively corporate, impersonal, utterly devoid of meaning, and somewhat ugly. Not something I’d want to apply to my business, and indeed not something I intend to if we can get away with it. However. It’s just as important as all those other startup essentials […]
With less than a month to go until our official launch, we figured it was probably time to start practising what we preach, and using our blog.