Posted by Matt on 13/06/2012
In November 2011, version 1.7 of the library was released, and with it came the important on() function but we've found that this improved function has been missed or simply misunderstood by many web developers.When would …
Posted by Matt on 15/06/2012
In our quest to make the best use of technology, we are constantly investingating new development frameworks. Our favourite framework for the past few years has been KohanaPHP and for a number of good reasons. Our developers are big fans of its user of latest versions of PHP and the great community helping to drive it forwards. But there has been a lot of a hubbub of late surrouning a 'new' framework, Laravel 3.
The story behind Laravel is somewhat a idyllic tale of a passionate developer, Taylor Otwell, who came to PHP development from a .NET background and …
Posted by Andrew on 15/06/2012
Since the introduction of @font-face, web designers and developers have been excitedly experimenting with many weird, wonderful and on occasion, completely impractical fonts on the web.
In many ways this is a fantastic thing as the possibilities are now completely unlimited for typography on the web, no longer restricted to a dozen or so 'web-safe' fonts or filling pages with images that Google can't read.
But of course, this isn't without it's problems. The old chestnut of cross-browser compatibility rears its ugly head. The problem mostly lies with outmoded browsers like IE not being able …
Posted by Matt on 04/07/2012
During our latest ecommerce development, our client required that the shipping cost be based upon a rather dazzling map of "zones" declared by their courier of choice, City Link. Armed only with the beautiful PDF from City Link, showing the zones overlayed onto a map of Great Britain and a list of postcodes within each zone, we set about creating a PHP library that, when passed a UK postcode, would return the zone within which it falls.A PHP Library for City Link Delivery Zones
Being the great geeks that we are, we've made the library available for you to …
Posted by Paul on 06/09/2012
We are always looking at new trends in ecommerce design and layout, earlier this week we stumbled across this rather different website which we found rather quirky. Let us know what you think in the comments box below.
(click the link, turn your volume up and don't touch the mouse) http://producten.hema.nl
Posted by Paul on 15/02/2013
It was around 8 months ago that we launched a new website for Sue Townsend. She was extremely happy with the results and the number of enquiries she was receiving started to pick up almost immediately.
Sue is just as pleased with the website today as she was when we launched it, so much so that she had this to say about us:
"Creative Intent have achieved what I had hoped and more! They worked closely with me to design a visually enticing website that would appeal to potential clients and have boosted my website's presence and ranking to …