Monthly Archives: June 2012

Responsive redevelopment of Oxford University Careers service website

After several months in development, Minervation have now launched the new website for the Oxford University Careers Service. The design and markup of this responsive website were created by Design By day and implemented in WordPress by Minervation (by me 🙂 ). My work involved a fair bit of programming getting lots of feeds working […]

Redesigned site for Centre for Evidence-Based Dentistry

In June 2012 Minervation launched the redesigned CEBD site. This included a complete makeover as well moving the content into WordPress.  My involvement, as with many of our more straightforward WordPress sites was minimal.  WordPress just makes it so easy to create websites with little technical know-how. Launch date: 20th June 2012 View the new […]

My first post using the wordpress android app

This post is written using the wordpress android app. You can download it here. It has been written using android speech to text function. This works very well as long as you have a wifi connection. So it helps I am waiting for my daughter at the OMV petrol station which has free wifi! And […]

Poor quality of local country sites

Good article from Nielsen about the quality of local international sites: In my opinion the worst offenders are those who redirect you to the local website based on your IP address.

Bulgarian Gold 300B.C

Bulgarian Gold 300B.C, a set on Flickr. Gorgeous golden Thracian treasures from 300BC found in Bulgaria about 60 years ago.