Privacy and cookies

To make sure our website works properly and so that you can get the most out of it we sometimes use cookies to help us gather information about how our website visitors use this site.

What are cookies?

A cookie (web cookie, or browser cookie) is a very small file stored on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies are used by websites for a number of things but mainly to help the site track your visit; which pages on the website you have looked at and what you are searching for. In some cases cookies also help in any interaction between you and the website, such as when using social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

For a more details read more about cookies on Wikipedia.

How do we use cookies at digitaldotfactory?

We use cookies to record how visitors to our website navigate and search for information. This can help us work out which of our pages are popular and which are not likely to set the world on fire. We use this information to know more about where we need to improve, which of our services we may need to promote and which pages might benefit from a bit of TLC.

So that we can get a clear picture of what’s going on we use the very popular Google Analytics system. This is able to show us how effective our pages are, what visitors like yourself are typing into search engines to find us and some limited geographic information.

We do use some other cookies but sparingly and only when we can’t find a different solution. Cookies are very useful little things and help websites like ours to work properly

What do these cookies look like?

If you check your web browser settings for the cookies that our site has stored on your computer you should see:

Cookie Name Purpose Cookie Identifier
Google Analytics This records how you use our website, which areas you visit and how you found our website. Also tells us about how you accessed our site, if you used a mobile or PC and how long you spent reading information __utma
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Other things to look out for

Popular websites like FacebookTwitter and YouTube may make use of cookies for so their amazing sites work properly. Without cookies they would be pretty boring and probably wouldn’t work very well but is important you aware that these sites cookies may sometimes be stored through our website to enable us to use some of their great features.

If you’ve read this far we’d recommend you keep going and take a look at the following privacy policies too:

Still have questions?

If you’re concerned about cookies and how we use them then we would love to help address your concerns. Please get in touch and we’ll answer any questions you may have.