A web service that allows you to quickly knock together a site for your upcoming events without much hassle. Currently in a limited testing phase that I have been happy to test and give my two pennies to.
My first impressions are nothing but positive – quick, easy and one assumes affordable (?!) service that covers all of the essentials for those on a budget and/or limited resources who don’t need a complicated bespoke event site. I managed to build an event site in minutes.
I identified some initial niggles which I have fed back to the team which I am sure were already on their list.
I look forward to the upcoming updates and then the launch which can’t be far away.
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some might ask if we can afford to in these times of financial constraint, but I would argue that we can’t afford not to. We will die as IT departments if we don’t – we can’t afford just to keep the lights on, we have to find new ways of doing things.
Dr Christine Sexton
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Many people ask me, “How can I get started in web design?” or, “What skills do I need to start making web applications?” While it would be easy to recommend stacks of books, and dozens of articles with 55 tips for being 115% better than the next guy, the truth is that you don’t need learn anything new in order to begin. The most important thing is simply to start.
My first gig was for a small charity that I was doing summer admin for and they didn’t have a site.. so I just went for it.
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