Category : Bound Book Computing

Wil Baldwin working with design archive

Website design in Battersea, London

Bound Book is Wilhelmina Baldwin’s website design company for artists and makers. Based in Battersea, London, I offer a fully rounded web development service from design to practical application. If … continue reading »

photo: Wil Baldwin, CSDI archive boxes

Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior, twelve years on

Recently I spent some time at the Royal College of Art, archiving some papers from an important Design History project: the Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior. It … continue reading »

image of the image loan contract with the credits

A conditional php function to check, shorten and combine three different database credits fields in a Digital Image Archive

Supplying images with correct but useable credits Much of the work of the Robin & Lucienne Day Foundation’s Archive involves supplying good quality images for exhibitions, promotion and magazine/web articles. … continue reading »

This Way by Cheryl Scott,

Conveying your message with your new website

It is a cliché that making a new website, whether you are building it yourself, or employing a professional, takes longer than you think. Many of the people I work … continue reading »

Create a handy search id function with Codeigniter

The Digital Image Archive for The Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation is a great project to work on from the point of view of web development, because from time to … continue reading »

Address Book

Add a MailChimp signup form to your website using Groups

Many of the portfolio artists websites I create are continuously being updated with art exhibitions, fine art sales and events, so it’s really useful for my website clients if they … continue reading »

Hands off! Following conventions and getting your website done.

Once you’ve start thinking about setting up a website, your timetable can easily go to pot. There are so many things to consider and possible problems around every corner. It’s … continue reading »

Photograph: Laura Shreck.

7 Easy Steps for moving your WordPress site onto a different server

It feels like a horrible day when you move your WordPress blog onto a different server, maybe after you’ve been testing it on a local server, open up the home … continue reading »

How to create a contact form using php and Google’s reCAPTCHA

You’ll have noticed captchas on many of the sites you use. When you try to send a contact message, or sign up to a new website, you’re asked to type … continue reading »

How to mobile-device check your website layout

There’s a great function on Chrome that can help iron out your css website views for mobile devices. If you work on your own, it can be hard to cover … continue reading »