Just like quality, as we discussed in our post about our recent ISO 9001 certification, trust is one of our core values at Zoocha. An important part of this is ensuring our clients can trust that we are looking after their data effectively.
At Zoocha, quality is one of our four core values. Whether that be quality processes, quality products, quality services; we look to provide our clients with quality in whatever form of interaction they may have with us.
A quick post from me to share some key points from the UXPA event last night to coincide with World Usability Day 2017. The event theme was 'Inclusion through User Experience' and there were three talks, each giving insights into the incredible work the speakers are doing.
In case you hadn't guessed, today is World Usability Day and you may be thinking "Why are you telling me this?", "Usability is nothing new?" or even "Argh, where's the 'back' button!? I didn't mean to click this link!!".
Here at Zoocha we are constantly on the lookout for new and exciting ideas and inspiration. Recently we came across loveforiceland.com which appeared in one of our feeds. It takes a unique and refreshing approach to promoting tourism through a web platform. We decided to explore further in an attempt to understand more!
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in just under a year, but if you are feeling confused or anxious about what you need to do to ensure compliance, don't worry - you are not alone. In fact, only 54% of businesses surveyed by the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) expect to be compliant come May 2018 (Marketing Week, 25th May 2017).
In addition to our G-Cloud 8 services and Digital Outcomes & Specialists services, Zoocha's application for Digital Outcomes and Specialist 2 has been successfully awarded. Services will be available from mid February 2017.
Here at Zoocha we use preprocessor for almost all our frontend work. Predominantly we use SASS although some projects are on LESS, partly for historical reasons. No-one can deny that it’s a really powerful way of writing CSS, giving you access to variables, mixin functions, and the apparent Holy Grail: nesting. The thing about all of the above though, and I think something that often gets forgotten is these are all tools to make the developer’s life easier. The result is still compiled down to CSS.
A few weeks ago I had to go through the process of setting up php code sniffer on my new computer, and realised how confusing most of the blog posts out there are and how many loops and posts you have to jump through to get it set up.
I decided to write a quick post with all the commands in one place and small descriptions for most of the commands:
Installing Drupal Coding Sniffer
1. Download php code sniffer (source code: https://github.com/squizlabs/PHP_CodeSniffer)
curl -OL https://squizlabs.github.io/PHP_CodeSniffer/phpcs.phar
Each year at Zoocha, we try to do something for Christmas for our clients, even if it's just a Christmas card (see below for our effort from a couple of years ago). This year we wanted to do something interactive, and webby, as that's our business really.
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