If you’ve made it this far with the glossary blogs – then kudos to you – we really appreciate you sticking with us. Let’s dive right into the J words…
Our resident coding whizz, James has been with us for over 7 years as our Backend Web Developer. James has the coding skills to help us create reliable and efficient back-end systems that do all the hard work behind a website’s interface.
James & Uzzell
Our clients James & Uzzell are leading accountants based in Swansea. We created their website for them, and also support their content creation and email marketing.
Jargon refers to technical terminology and words used by a group or profession that are difficult for others to understand. For example, in marketing we often use the terms CPC and KPI, which are both marketing terms that others may not recognise.
Jobzilla is a recruitment agency based near London, who pride themselves on matching the right candidates for the right jobs.
In 2014, we created a website for Jobzilla that featured CV submission and vacancy posting, job slideshows and more.
Joomla is a free and open source content management system (CMS) that allows you to build websites and apps. It allows you to publish and edit content easily and simply, particularly on large volumes of content. We have used Joomla for various websites over the years and can support clients with this requirement..
The most common format of image. Digital cameras compress raw photographs as Jpeg images, which makes the files smaller in size and quicker to load. Images that you see on websites and the internet are usually in Jpeg format.
JR Building & Maintenance
We recently created a website for J.R. Building and Maintenance – a highly reputable construction team that offer building and maintenance services for both commercial and domestic clients.
The focus was to include strong CTAs and visually pleasing and easy to use contact forms to convert users.
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