Web content

Archived Posts from this Category

The blog post to end all blog posts…

Posted by Kieren Pitts on 22 Feb 2016 | Tagged as: Web content, Web development

You may have noticed that I’ve not posted anything on here for some time. It’s not that I don’t have anything to say, far from it, lots of exciting things have happened and I’ve been working on quite a diverse range of projects (from iPad games for research to large scale national services). Unfortunately I’ve just been extremely busy and not had time to write anything – our group has shrunk in size but the demand for our services has grown.

The other issue is that the University is currently deciding¬†on the future of this blogging service. It’s used for hundreds of different blogs but there is a cost for running the service (support time and servers etc). At present the service is being reviewed and it may be that it doesn’t continue in its current form. We won’t know for a while yet but it’s not conducive to wanting to add content here at present.

So, for some time, I’ve been taking a slightly different approach with my personal blog¬†where I’ve been posting regular updates of the things I’ve been doing and occasionally posting a longer piece. The ‘update’ blogs posts won’t always mean anything to anyone else but they help me track project progress and the process of continuous improvement in those projects (and personally).

So, for a while at least, I’ll be taking a break from updating this blog.

Focusing on content migration

Posted by Kieren Pitts on 08 Jan 2010 | Tagged as: Project budgets, Project management, Web content

I recently posted a second article on the Internet Development blog. This time the intention of my article was to take a closer look at content migration.

Content migration is one of those strange areas that client’s often overlook. The intention of my article was to highlight some of the pitfalls and encourage a more proactive approach.