December 6, 2019

When a CMS like WordPress or Drupal Is a Bad Idea for a Website Project

At Itomic, we’ve been making websites for nearly 20 years. We’ve worked with everyone, from small businesses to government organisations. We’ve also built plenty of simple sites on a CMS like WordPress or Drupal and taken on completely bespoke and highly complex web development projects. The point is, we know what we’re doing. And we know there’s… Read more

Terence Terence Lau

November 22, 2019

Itomic project helps win IPAA Gold Award for Legalaid WA

Congratulations to Legalaid WA for taking out the 2019 IPAA Gold Award Blurred Borders is a project sponsored by Legalaid WA. They provide legal information in the form of resource kits for legal and community service providers working with Aboriginal people in Western Australia (WA) and Northern Territory (NT) cross-border region. The project provides clear… Read more

Izumi Izumi Mitsui

May 22, 2019

Is a CDN really necessary for your website? 7 questions to consider

When your website is in its infancy and traffic is slow, you can pick and choose your hosting provider without much thought. But as it starts to gain traction and attract more attention, you need to begin looking at other options. This is where a Content Delivery Network (CDN) comes in. Although the Internet appears… Read more

Ross Ross Gerring

May 8, 2019

Why Host Your Website With Itomic?

Your website is the public face of your organisation. It’s the first impression that visitors will make of you. Therefore you want your website to be: Presentable Mobile-friendly (‘responsive’) Functional Fast Easy-to-use Standards-compliant Accessible Secure Available 24/7 Some of these attributes will be hard to consistently achieve if your website hosting isn’t of sufficient quality…. Read more

Ross Ross Gerring

May 8, 2019

Shorter Australian Domain Names – What You Need to Know

A major change is looming on the Australian digital horizon. For the first time, it’ll be possible to buy shorter Australian domain names, ones with just a .au suffix. Right now, eligible entities have been restricted to acquiring only second-level domain suffixes, such as .com.au. But what is behind this change, and why now? Continued… Read more

Emma Emma Gerring

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