Blog Posts in Category Tech Tips

Variable Data Printing for Personalised Marketing
Feb201907

Variable Data Printing for Personalised Marketing

It’s been around for years yet most of our customers aren’t aware of what it is. Consider it a hybrid of printed design and marketing. Variable Data Printing or VDP for short is a type of digital printing where elements such as text, graphics or images may be changed from one printed piece to the next. ...

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More Than Just Design
Oct201713

More Than Just Design

Over the years websites have evolved into the beasts they are now, the use of tables are long gone and in 2017 businesses require more than just a "web presence". Small and basic sites are still fine but for those requiring more this is where a Web Designer just doesn't cut it anymore. ...

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Do you need an SSL Certificate?
Jul201625

Do you need an SSL Certificate?

At NW Design we're passionate about security and data protection which is why our head software engineer, proficient in internet security spent the past 18 months developing our own very bespoke website framework RedPrism. ...

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Saddle Stitching - Print Lingo
Apr201622

Saddle Stitching - Print Lingo

Having been in the design and print industry for over 35 years, we thought we'd start to create informative blog posts about the different types of print and print related lingo that often confuse clients. ...

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Hotmail to Google Apps 550 Authentication Error Solution
Oct201507

Hotmail to Google Apps 550 Authentication Error Solution

Since moving our emails to Google Apps, we've always had intermittent issues with receiving emails from Hotmail, Live and Outlook email addresses. Google Apps is a fantastic tool with loads of additional features, but it's no good if you can't receive emails from their rivals over at Microsoft. ...

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What is Google Shopping?
Aug201505

What is Google Shopping?

Google Shopping is a paid advertising service associated with Google Adwords that allows users to compare products between online retailers. In previous years, it was formally known as Google Product Search, Google Products & Froogle. Ironically froogle.com still exists but redirects to Google Shopping. This shopping service was initially marketed as free and allowed on-line retailers to list products free of charge and made revenue from Adwords-based adverts placed at the side of the SERP page. This changed when the entire product was re-branded in 2012 and became what is now Google Shopping, the paid service we now know and love! ...

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