New Website Launched For FTC !

Another website that Image+ has designed and built and published in the mad Christmas rush is for The Food & Drink Training and Education Council (FTC), previously the Meat Training Council. FTC is a non profit skills charity representing the whole of the food industry. The FTC website includes information on a range of apprenticeships […]

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New Websites Launched For Brindley Twist Taft & James!

Image+ has designed and built two new websites for long established and leading Coventry solicitors, Brindley Twist Tafft and James. The first is for the main practice in Coventry https://www.bttj.com/. The home page is fresh and modern with very clear direction based on whether the visitor is seeking individual or business services. The second site […]

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New Website Launched For Tow Trust Towbars !

Tow Trust Towbars is the largest manufacturer of towbars in the UK – making high quality towbars  for practically every car model there is. Image+ designed and built the website with a simple but slick user interface so that visitors to the site can quickly find the correct towbar for their make and model of […]

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Coventry City of Culture 2021 bid website

Image+ is delighted to have been chosen to build the new Coventry City of Culture 2021 bid website and we are all genuinely excited and proud to be part of something special for Coventry. We have been based in Coventry for over ten years. In that time, we’ve invested heavily in this city that has […]

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How Server Management Is Exactly Like Football (Sort of)

Servers are like football players. If you only have one, your team is not going to do well: you need strength in depth and breadth if you’re to weather the whole match. And each player might be better in one area than another: speed or defence, complex play or stone-cold reliability. It has been said […]

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What are you doing, Dave? How AI can help.

Artificial intelligence seems to many less an issue for business and more for science fiction writers. There’s HAL 9000, anxiously asking Dave what he’s doing in 2001: A Space Odyssey. There are the robot overlords of The Matrix, overtaking humans in intelligence and using them as their batteries. It’s worth saying that the wildest fears […]

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How Keeping Up With Technological Change Is Like War & Peace

There was a scene in the recent BBC adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s novel of Napoleonic derring-do, War and Peace, which emphasised the dangers of straggling. On the great winter march out of Russia, a prisoner of the French army whom the audience had come to admire a great deal simply couldn’t take the ferocious conditions […]

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Just Like Starting Over: Why DIY Isn’t a Dirty Word

I’m going to start with some jargon, because sometimes there’s just no avoiding it. My term of the day is “technical debt”. No, this isn’t what overly optimistic people might call their overdraft limit or credit card statement; it’s the phrase we use to describe the inheritance we taken on when we use an “out […]

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SEO and ROI: How Optimising for Google Isn’t Just Alphabet Soup

This blog needs to come with a warning sign: “Danger! Quicksand!” I’ll be honest: I thought at first that this post would be simple. That was a rookie error: I don’t want to put you off, but it wound up just a little bit technical! Building websites is all well and good – but once […]

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Why Affording An Agency Website Is Like Eating Cake

I realized the other day that I’ve been spending a lot of time at networking events in recent weeks. This is not just because it’s a great way of scoring free cake (hardly a networking event in the country now does not supply afternoon tea as standard, I can only-slightly-smugly report). It’s because these sorts […]

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