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  • Christmas Opening Times - Geonet Solutions
    6 3 wpb js composer js comp ver 4 2 3 vc responsive Christmas Opening Times 22 Dec Christmas Opening Times Posted at 16 41h in Business Uncategorized by Becca Bray 0 Likes Share Hi everyone We just wanted to let you all know when we re open over the festive period The GeoBots will be finishing up at 1pm on Christmas Eve and will reopen on Monday 4th January 2016 In the meantime in the unlikely event that you have any urgent support issues such as Server issues Your website is offline The security of your website is compromised Please email support geonetsolutions co uk and a member of the team will be in touch as soon as possible Any minor issues will be dealt with on our return on Monday 4th January We hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year x Becca Bray becca bray geonetsolutions co uk Categories Business Design Design and Development Digital Marketing Editorial General Mobile App Development News Press Release Search Engine Optimisation Security Social Media Social Networks Sport Technology Uncategorized Vacancies Drop In For A Coffee DARLINGTON HEAD OFFICE Thomas Watson House 7 9 Northumberland Street Darlington

    Original URL path: https://www.geonetsolutions.co.uk/christmas-opening-times/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Top 8 Web Design Trends of 2015 | UX Design Blog
    with huge feet although that would be quite funny we re talking about the information packed newsletter subscribing and accreditation boasting website footer If your website doesn t have a fat footer you could be missing out on a whole host of benefits and here s just a few of them A place to hide the boring stuff You know like the privacy policy and terms and conditions The info that legally has to be on your site but few people actually read A fat footer is beneficial for SEO The footer of your website appears on every single page so when it comes to Google indexing your website it s advantageous to have some quality content and internal website links in there Another chance to be creative Many of your visitors will scroll down to the bottom of your page to find out your contact info or look for your social profiles so why not make it look just as creative and inventive as the rest of your site Think of your footer as the tail or your website You d rather have a big fluffy one than a skinny bare one Here s an example of a websites we ve built with a big fat juicy footer http www 39a business academy com 4 Controllable Slideshow Banner A controllable banner is an interactive feature of your site and helps improve user experience Website users like to feel as though they are in control of the content that they see on your website So by being able to click through the sliding banner they are controlling the type of content they can see while controlling the amount of time they spend viewing each slide Multiple slides also allow you to cram more content into a smaller space without having to compromise the design or layout of the page Simple easy effective Take a look at the website we recently launched for Narrative Integrated Communications using a controllable banner 5 Hidden Navigation Off Canvas Menu Hidden navigation occurs when you click onto a website and the menu is hidden off canvas In order to navigate the website the user must click on a navicon which then opens up the sites menu This gives the designer much more creative freedom to focus on the visuals and design of the website with more surface area to create bigger and better concepts The navicon trend is inspired by the rise of mobile responsiveness so website navigation remains the same whether you view it on a mobile tablet or desktop Combine the navicon with menu stickiness and you are on the road to be a UX genius 6 Tiling Tiling is a technique that designers use to create grid style content blocks that work together using imagery colours and text to give the page a more dynamic layout and is a trendy alternative to plain text content with lots hyper links Windows have taken a similar approach using mosaic inspired content blocks within their

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  • Save up to 35% on your new website! - Geonet Solutions
    t have the funds for a redesign Or perhaps your website is in desperate need of some SEO but your budget just won t stretch Well you re in luck Because you can now receive up to 35 funding on your new website redesign or marketing all thanks to NBSL b NBSL North East Business Support Fund now offers grants of up to 2 800 towards projects between 3000 and 8000 in the North East What can I use the grant for NBSL offers grants towards business improvement projects in the North East These grants can be used for Web Design and Development Mobile Apps Software Development Digital Marketing Search Engine Optimisation Social Media Management Am I eligible If your business is based in County Durham Tyne and Wear or Northumberland and haven t received funding in the past twelve months then you could be eligible for 35 funding on your new project Unfortunately NBSL don t currently offer funding to businesses in the Tees Valley area However rumour has it that grants could become available soon so watch this space Want to find out more about funding for a new website mobile app or digital marketing Give us a

    Original URL path: https://www.geonetsolutions.co.uk/save-up-to-35-on-your-new-website/ (2016-04-24)
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  • 12 Reasons Your Business Should Be Blogging - Geonet Solutions
    match the name with the logo This is all about how your brand is perceived by your customers One of the ultimate goals of a blog is to be as helpful as possible to your readers By writing a good quality post pointing readers in the right direction and keeping your brand tight in terms of colours and design you re helping shape your brand and the way it is perceived 4 Make it personal Writing in second person can add a personal touch to your blog When you write as if you re talking to the reader it can make them feel valued As soon as you dip into that second person perspective the reader becomes more involved and engaged 5 Create a buzz If you re excited about a new product or service the chances are your customers will be too All you have to do is shout about it Generating a buzz is easy Start off small and plant a seed in your customer s mind by letting them know you have some exciting news to share Drop subtle hints here and there but don t give away too much When you finally launch your new product service or share your big news blog to your heart s content 6 Get a conversation going At the end of your blog post ask readers to comment their thoughts and opinions By allowing people to comment directly on your posts you can spark captivating conversations and even debates between your customers that you can get involved in too Your readers could be potential customers so make sure you reply to all blog comments 7 Interact and connect with your customers A well written interesting blog that is tailored to the right audience can spark all kinds of conversations One of the best ways to get your blog out there is to delve into the world of social media The right platforms to post on will depend entirely on the nature of your blog and who your target audience is After all you wouldn t stumble across a How To Make Pancakes article on LinkedIn but you would probably find one on Facebook or Twitter The beauty of social media is that it s instant At the click of a button you can interact and connect with your customers and audience So by sharing your blog on the right platforms you can get quick feedback Both blogs and social media help you build a relationship with your audience 8 Help and guide your audience Consider how the reader reached your post Did they stumble across it on social media or did they type a query into Google Perhaps they were looking for product reviews the latest news or even advice Either way your blog is where they have landed so its your job to make sure the post they are reading is as helpful as possible Once the reader is on your website you can then guide them through to

    Original URL path: https://www.geonetsolutions.co.uk/12-reasons-your-business-should-be-blogging/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Vacancy: Creative Studio Manager, Geonet Solutions Darlington
    and understanding client needs Your responsibilities will range from supervising and inspiring the studio to supporting the business development team in competitive pitches and presentations This is an ideal opportunity for an ambitious individual to thrive in a fast paced environment as part of a digital studio with a growing reputation Key Responsibilities Lead creative sessions for project kick offs Manage multiple projects from concept to completion Communicating to clients providing regular updates and presenting work as required Proactively reporting new ideas to the team and clients Management of a small team of designers and developers monitoring day to day activities across multiple projects Working with the business development team to generate ideas and support pitching and proposals Working with the digital marketing team to develop and support Search Engine Optimisation Social Media and PPC strategies Providing quality control over concepts and projects Must Have Skills Experience of working in a Digital Agency Great technical skills including the implementation of CMS such as WordPress Magento Ability to organise prioritise and complete tasks in a high pressure environment A strong working knowledge of web design development and search marketing Ability to lead projects from concept to successful completion with excellent organisational planning budget and time management skills Strong customer service skills Good analytical skills Strong commercial awareness Knowledge of HTML CSS and Search Engines Ability to make evaluative judgments Excellent communication skills both oral and written Ability to supervise and manage team members Advantageous Experience PHP Photoshop Illustrator Mobile Apps Sales SEO PPC other Search Marketing Personal Qualities Work as part of a team Work independently Presentable at all times Friendly and good sense of humour Highly motivated and driven Excellent communication skills Good timekeeping and attendance record Forward thinking and proactive Confident Enjoy keeping up with the latest advances in

    Original URL path: https://www.geonetsolutions.co.uk/vacancy-creative-studio-manager/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Vacancy: Mobile App Developer - Geonet Solutions
    and their customer needs We ve 14 years of experience in creating brilliant websites that use the latest technologies meet web standards and promote our client businesses Vacancy Location Thomas Watson House 7 9 Northumberland Street Darlington DL3 7HJ Vacancy Description A position has become available for an enthusiastic individual to join our Development team as a mobile applications specialist As a member of the team you will work directly with the lead developers and designers on our team This is an ideal opportunity for an ambitious individual to thrive and begin forming their own dedicated app development team within Geonet in the future Main Tasks and Responsibilities Commercial experience of iOS Android Development Excellent communication skills Fantastic problem solving and mathematical skills Skills Required HTML5 Java Javascript Advantageous Experience C NET Demonstrable success with iOS and or Android app development and deployment Personal Qualities Work as part of a team Work Independently Presentable at all times Friendly Highly Motivated Approachable Good timekeeping and attendance record Good at Listening Like meeting new people Enjoy keeping up with the latest advances in the web world Working Week Monday Friday 9 00 17 00 Wage Competitive Please email all CVs and covering

    Original URL path: https://www.geonetsolutions.co.uk/vacancy-mobile-app-developer/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Vacancy: Front-End Web Designer - Geonet Solutions
    in Darlington North East England Geonet Solutions provide usable effective websites designed to meet the needs of our clients businesses and their customer needs We ve 14 years of experience in creating brilliant websites that use the latest technologies meet web standards and promote our client businesses Vacancy Location Thomas Watson House 7 9 Northumberland Street Darlington DL3 7HJ Vacancy Description A position has become available for an enthusiastic ambitious individual to join our web design team As a member of the team you will work directly with the lead developers and designers on our team Main Tasks and Responsibilities Creating styles and designs from the creative team and converting them into functioning WordPress Magento templates Working with Adobe Illustrator Photoshop InDesign to create wireframes and site mock ups Working with clients face to face to review progress on site builds Telephone interaction with clients and partners Keeping to tight deadlines and delivering functioning quality work at all times Testing sites and applications Liaising with clients about their needs and relaying to the project lead Skills Required HTML5 CSS jQuery Javascript Bootstrap Framework or another responsive framework Adobe Illustrator Photoshop WordPress plugin bespoke theme creation experience would be a bonus but not essential Validation to W3C standards Advantageous Experience Magento Lemonstand MODX Revolution Client facing experience PHP Experience in LAMP environments Personal Qualities Work as part of a team Work independently Presentable at all times Friendly Highly motivated Approachable Good timekeeping and attendance record Good at listening Like meeting new people Enjoy keeping up with the latest advances in the web world Working Week Monday Friday 9 00 17 00 Wage Competitive Please email all CVs and covering letters to hr geonetsolutions co uk Important notice This vacancy has now been filled Chris McQuillan chris mcquillan geonetsolutions co uk Categories

    Original URL path: https://www.geonetsolutions.co.uk/vacancy-web-designer/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Confessions of a web developer: PHP vs. Python - Geonet Solutions
    with the development and progression of the PHP language Python History Python was created almost a decade earlier than PHP in 1989 by Guido van Rossum Unlike PHP Python was developed with the intention of creating a programming language in mind It was actually built to replace the ABC programming language Python 2 0 was released on October 16th of 2000 with dozens of exciting new features the main one being support for Unicode The main difference between PHP and Python is that Python is not primarily a web language Due to this it is nowhere near as popular as PHP According to w3tech it only powers 0 2 of the web Today Guido van Rossum is working at Dropbox having previously being employed by Google between the years of 2005 and 2012 PHP Python Similarities Both languages Are open source which means that anybody with sufficient knowledge can contribute to the code Are portable meaning they are able to run on all operating systems without issue Have huge active developer communities behind them Are considered easy to learn compared to other languages such as C and Perl Have extensive detailed documentation PHP Main Differences PHP has a coding syntax much similar to that of C the language on which PHP is based Features of this syntax include special symbols like curly braces and brackets Due to PHP s wide usage it is pre installed on most if not all web hosting platforms PHP ignores whitespace in the code whereas Python doesn t and is very strict with the way tab and space characters are used PHP is viewed by developers to have inconsistent function naming conventions which is due to the fact that it was not initially intended to be a programming language Things were constantly being added on

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