As any digital business will tell you, one of the largest overheads to contend with is power. In addition to lighting and heating or cooling online businesses are typically running desktops and multiple screens, laptops, portable devices, routers, switches, backup drives and of course in our case, an espresso machine and grinder : )21 November 2016
I have a confession to make... I'm addicted to Pinterest! All those pretty pictures, all that inspiration to design, illustrate, exercise, go to Morocco and make paleo muffins!24 October 2016
Boat Style Luxury Yacht Interiors comes out of refit.
Initially designed and built by Propeller in 2010, Boat Style was recently released from dry-dock with a full responsive design makeover.16 August 2016
Having built the original Hillman Meat Company website in 2010, when the time came to move into online sales, Hillman's knew Propeller would deliver.16 August 2016
Propeller's 2010 'Camp n' Travel' rebooted for the mobile era.
Propeller built the original Camp n' Travel Shopify store in 2010. In the intervening years Camp n' Travel has grown into a hugely successful online outfitter of everything outdoors but the original fixed width web design was looking a little dated and called for a reboot.19 July 2016
The new KelAir Pumps website was developed by Propeller using the Enterprise-class ExpressionEngine CMS and features fully responsive and HiDPI image display.12 July 2016
I came across this article this morning and it was the headline that caught me,
Today DigitalOcean lost our entire server18 February 2016
If you have or are considering opening a Shopify store, things just got much easier! Shopify announced overnight that “today Australia joins the US, the UK, and Canada in offering Shopify Payments”.20 November 2015
We dont often share single website launches but in this instance there is a degree of history behind it which speaks to a return on investment not normally associated with websites.01 July 2015
On April 21 Google announced it had now added a website’s mobile ‘friendliness’ to its ranking algorithm. The web world promptly exploded in panic despite the tea leaves having pointed to these changes since the ‘mobile friendly’ tagging of search results last year.01 June 2015