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Personal blogging by Steph Gray, founder of Helpful Digital and erstwhile bureaucrat

24tips: hand-picked tools and techniques for doing web stuff cheaply

It’s holiday season, as our charming American friends would say, perhaps in a leaked diplomatic cable. To celebrate this Wintervalian festival of giving, I’m sharing one helpful web tool or technique every day from now to Christmas.

I won’t be cluttering up the blog with all these tips, so if you want them by RSS, follow the special 24tips feed or page.

24 helpful tools and techniques for doing web stuff cheaply

1 Dec: Been interested in how you might use QR codes (barcodes you can read with a smartphone)? 26 interesting ways to use QR codes shows you how. It’s a nice Google Doc by Paul Simbeck-Hampson designed for teachers showing 26 ways you could use QR codes to engage students, promote events, get people onto the wifi more easily and plenty of other ideas. There are lots of useful links to QR code generators and useful tools to track usage. Enjoy!

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5 comments on “24tips: hand-picked tools and techniques for doing web stuff cheaply

  1. A series of 24 daily tips regarding web development… where on earth can you possibly have got the idea?

    1. lesteph lesteph says:

      You’re just annoyed you didn’t steal the idea yourself 🙂

      1. I just wish I had the time to put it all together!

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  3. […] Day 1, we looked at how QR codes can be used in 26 interesting ways […]