Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’ just got tougher!

Google announced last year that it would begin penalising sites which weren’t mobile-friendly. Now it’s set to increase the importance of that part of its algorithm, meaning non-responsive sites are going to be ranked even lower! What does responsive mean? The word “responsive” literally means to react quickly, and positively. In terms of web design […]

Things that make you go OOH

It’s no exaggeration to say that today we live in a visually busy, noisy world where a multitude of media channels are hungry for our attention. Wherever you go these days you are constantly bombarded with advertising messages; buy that, look at this, X is better than Y, this new product and that new service. […]

10 new features we love in Windows 10!

1) Edge is here! First and foremost, the greatest thing about Windows 10 has to be the new default browser – Edge! I think it’s safe to say that the internet rejoiced when it learned that Microsoft was replacing Internet Explorer. Many developers had grown to detest the browser, as prior to the release of […]

Welcome to 2015!

What do you think will happen in Marketing/Design/Creativity/Strategy  this year? We researched some trends for the coming year and took a few punts! 1. Usefulness What exactly is ‘good’ in marketing? Well, recently some have rightly posited that good actually means useful, especially in a world somewhat full of useless information. It’s a handy label […]

4G Mobile

4G or not 4G, that is the question?

How much do you love your mobile internet device? Does it do everything you need it to do and more? Do you need it to do more than what you thought it would be possible to do 5 years ago? Did you think 5 years ago that you would be able to sit using an ultra thin touch screen computer accessing the internet through the mobile network without a laptop and an antenna?

The future of web fonts

Over the last few years, the move from using web-safe fonts within website designs to the now global use of custom fonts has risen at a rapid rate. Designers are now provided with a variety of tools to help them use fonts of their own choice in their websites, rather than being limited to the typical Arial, Verdana, etc. With a variety of tools making it easier than ever to add strong typography to your designs, which method should you chose?

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The (almost) iEveryting Stand

Made from Acrylate Polyer (That’s posh plastic to you and me) and birch plywood. Currently shown holding an iPad, an old school iPod, iPhone and a stylus or pen. What I love about the PolyPly is it’s simple and elegant design acts as a prop and a storage solution for apple devices, it’s the practicality […]

Everchanging Wallnado

We’re all still waiting for the future technology that “Tomorrow’s World” promised us in our youth. Where’s our hover packs and personal robot butlers?? But in the meantime as we wait for Judith Hann to make good on her promises, here’s an innovative bit of design that may fill the gap. Its not quite the […]

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