We caught up with one of our original clients, The Baytree Centre one year on since amplify creative helped them build their new website
The crop tool is fantastic for non-destructively resizing and realigning images, ultimately allowing you to easily recompose your image.
2017 is here and it is time to make sure your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) practices are up to scratch.
We’ve all been there, you take a photo and realise it is under / over exposed, in other words a bit on the dark side or light side.
Top Mayfair based investment advisors trust Amplify Creative Marketing to rejuvenate their website
Sometimes you can’t beat a good old fashioned printed leaflet or brochure to get your message across
This is the first in a series of articles that we will be putting out, to help arm you with some essential image editing tools and techniques.
The homepage is the first thing users will see when they come to visit your website, so it is essential that your homepage does its job properly.
What if you are not a web designer, or aren’t interested in paying for one, how do you go about building a website ?
Here at Amplify Creative we prefer to shoot our photographs in RAW format – it is the format of choice for professionals with good reason.
Do you need a custom animation for your latest project ? Amplify love animation!
I can’t emphasise how important it is to get the security setup of your Wordpress website correct, and hopefully these simple tips will help you.
HC Coils is a global leader in the design and manufacture of Air Conditioning systems and we were recently commissioned to redesign their website.
Amplify Creative are pleased to announce that we have entered into a partnership arrangement with pacIT technical services to support each other with complementary services.
I recently came across these guys, Let’s Encrypt. They are “a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA), run for the public’s benefit”.
3 Simple Practical Security Tips
When we design and set up websites for our clients, we make a big point of talking to them about security…