This is quite possibly one of the most stylish and impressive online flash games I’ve ever seen. It looks great, plays simply and yet those in the industry will appreciate how much skill and programming went into its creation. Its one of those games where there’s no instructions and you need to play around to […]

Sparky plays for the Vikings!

I’ve just stumbled across this old newspaper clipping of my sunday football team, which I cheekily photoshop’d in a Utd legend Mark Hughes. It went to print in the early edition of the Kettering Evening Telegraph but was pulled from the late edition due to a large number of calls to the paper asking where […]

Get creative with your new budgie!

Budgies eh? Aren’t they just like Budgets? Both at their best when they’re not caged – when they can exercise a little. If you don’t make them work, they’ll be a lazy, sluggish, no good to anyone. They both benefit from the introduction of a cuttlefish now and again… OK, maybe not. But you try […]

Design, is it gender-orientated?

Feminism, Thomas Paine, Mary Wollstonecraft, Rights of Women, Emmeline Pankhurst, Betty Friedan, Germaine Greer, Female Eunuch, Wikipedia, Kawaii, High-Heels, Sex, Hunter, Nester, Design, Sexual Objects, Lara Croft, Foot Binding, Ikea, John Walker, Judy Attfield, Cheryl Buckley, Laura Ashley, Levis, Isabelle Anscobe, Bisou, British Design

A little art is no bad thing

If you like a little bit of art, check out the work of Slinkachu. The artist creates tiny models and then leaves them in situ in the real world. Any little art that makes you smile is good in my book! and also

Make Darwin proud of you

There’s a recession on. No, really, there is. So how come we have been bringing on board new clients (including Avis, Business Link, Mookie Toys and Trafficmaster) and have expanded our team too? Nobody likes too much trumpet blowing, especially when it’s your own, but that’s no mean feat we think you can agree. There […]

The Milton Bayer Blog

We’ve launched the official Milton Bayer blog! What you are looking at now is our informal platform to communicate with potential and existing clients about what we are doing. Why have we done this? Our corporate, client facing site does a great job in advertising our services, accomplishments and client work but we wanted to […]

Milton Bayer is now on Twitter!

Because we like to use as many technologies as we can get our hands on we recently signed up to Twitter under the username of “miltonbayer”. You might notice that on the right hand side of our blog our latest “tweets” are displayed, and if you have no idea what twitter is allow us to […]