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Keep Umbraco Simple

Keep Umbraco Simple

At the 2016 London Umbraco Festival, Per Ploug gave a great talk on keeping Umbraco simple. His message was that over-complicating things deters new users from adopting Umbraco.

How to cope with Website Mission Creep

How to cope with Website Mission Creep

You all know how it goes. Your client’s Marketing department commission a website and your design captures their brand image in a funkier-than-funk way. Then Sales want e-commerce, Production want stock control, Accounts want Sage integration, IT want six-factor security, and it starts to look a lot less funky. The delivery date gets postponed, several times.

Easy Umbraco Forms

Easy Umbraco Forms

How to build robust and easily-maintained forms, based on a document type.

The Simplismo framework

The Simplismo framework

The Pixel To Code Simplismo Umbraco framework simplifies the process of building a flexible, responsive and full-featured Umbraco website.

Why we use Umbraco

Why we use Umbraco

Pixel To Code specialise in Umbraco web development because it's the best free CMS on the Microsoft platform, and we have the tools and expertise to get the best out it.

Keep Umbraco Simple

Keep Umbraco Simple

Per Ploug's talk at the London Umbraco festival last year, on keeping Umbraco simple, made me wonder just how simple it could get. Could you take it to the extreme, and build a useable website in Umbraco with as little code and as few dependencies as possible?

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