Integrating Cybertill With Your Website - Understanding What’s Possible With The API

14 March, 2018

A single view of stock levels is invaluable to the success of any business - especially those operating between online & physical stores. We use the Cybertill API to develop bespoke EPoS integrations for our clients. If products go out of stock, this will reflect online & in-store. Read What's Possible!

7 Advantages of Bespoke Websites Over ‘Off-the-Shelf’ Solutions

20 February, 2018

Bespoke websites are created to exactly meet your business goals. Designed to align seamlessly with your processes, they offer development possibilities far removed from off-the-shelf alternatives.

Evoluted Provides Support to Institute of Coding

9 February, 2018

Evoluted's MD Ash Young has pledged support to the recently-announced Institute of Coding (IoC). The IoC has been established to help close the digital skills gap within the UK.

If You Ask Users To Input Data, You Need An SSL Certificate

28 September, 2017

Does your website require users to input any form of information? If so, you need an SSL certificate. Here's everything you need to know.

Becky Joins UX Mastery Community

22 June, 2017

Our very own Becky blogs for Evoluted about her love of books, User Experience, and how the UX Mastery Community is combining the two in a new online book club! Improving usability is a continuing mission; Becky hopes this will play a positive role.

Thousands In Matched Funding Still Available Through SFSY Vouchers Scheme

12 May, 2017

The SFSY Connection and Innovation Vouchers Scheme offers vouchers to encourage SMEs to innovate and improve business performance. The scheme continues to attract interest from companies throughout the Sheffield City Region.

Google Chrome Security Warning for Non-HTTPS Sites

9 February, 2017

As forewarned by Google last year, Chrome now marks websites without HTTPS encryption as non-secure. How will this affect you, and what do you need to do next?

Creative Coding with Processing

16 January, 2017

Asking 'How do you write a piece of software?' is like saying 'How do you write a novel?'. This is something with which I'm sure all developers can associate. This blog is all about getting creative with your coding.

Postcard from the Seaside

7 September, 2016

Becky was in Falmouth for the Agileon the Beach conference over the 1st and 2nd of September and it was a strange experience returning. So much was the same, and yet a lot had also changed.

PHP Directory Listing Script

10 August, 2016

The PHP Directory Listing Script is a highly configurable script which generates a well formed table, listing the contents of a specified directory and sub-directories. The script displays images for certain file types with the ability to generate thumbnails to preview image files.

How to compete with Rightmove online

30 June, 2015

It might seem like Rightmove are untouchable online in the property and rentals space, but here are some handy tips to help your website compete in this highly competitive market.

inuit.css v5.0 the Object Oriented CSS Framework

10 June, 2014

Twitter's Bootstrap has understandably become a very popular CSS framework, but if you're needing more creative freedom there's inuit.css. According to inuit.css' README file it's "a powerful little framework designed for serious developers."

Google launches 'Web Designer'

4 October, 2013

Google have just released the BETA version of Google Web Designer. This is a visual tool for building HTML5 animated content. You can download this right now for both Windows and Mac.

Custom Google Maps Style Tool

17 January, 2013

A Google Maps style tool can be a really useful addition to your website. This tool will allow you to change colour and styling code of these maps, offering additional branding and personalisation options.

Tutorial: HTML5 and Flash Video Streaming with CloudFront

17 December, 2012

This tutorial aims to help you create a signed CloudFront URL for both RTMP and progressive streaming. We use both technologies so that users with Flash player installed can use RTMP streaming whilst HTML5 players can use the pseudo-streaming.