Suffolk Show Goes Mobile
24 May 2013
Agricultural shows are not always associated with being at the cutting edge with new mobile technology, however this year, the Suffolk Agricultural Association has embraced the use of mobile internet technology to deliver a new mobile responsive website design for visitors to Suffolk Show 2013.
Free Rein in the CloudStore
03 May 2013
Free Rein is thrilled to be successful in the G-Cloud framework tender process which allows us to offer services direct across central government through the Government CloudStore from May. Take a look at the range of services we have in the CloudStore here.
Suffolk on Board Goes Live
18 February 2013
The new version of the Suffolk on Board site still covers the breadth of content from the old site about getting around on public transport in Suffolk but also have real-time links to incidents, shows up to date timetables and lets you plan your own journeys mixing a little walking, scheduled bus services, trains, ferries and more.
Website Spreads Flood Risk Message
06 February 2013
European partners work together to alleviate flood risk - Climate change is having a real effect on many communities, areas historically safe from floods that now find themselves threatened.Every day the national news covers another region struck by flood devastation - www.floodcom.eu.
Free Rein launches www.accseas.eu
23 January 2013
Free Rein Ltd is pleased to announce the launch of the new ACCSEAS project website (www.accseas.eu) and social media presence. ACCSEAS is a 3-year project supporting improved maritime access to the North Sea Region through minimising navigational risk.
Designing Email for the Mobile World
02 November 2012
With much discussion on the subject of responsive design within the industry, Ian Tearle considers the emeriging issues of email design - and why responsive email designs can not only bring benefits, but drive results.
Archives: The World Wide Web
05 October 2012
Determining the age of the World Wide Web (not the Internet), as we know it is a tricky business; for the purpose of this post we'll go with December 1990. This is when Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau introduced hypertext publicly.
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