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29th June 2015
The everlasting power of the web
A historical case study on the web and its competitors.
18th June 2015
Emoji: history, emotion and psychology
Emoji. They’re everywhere you look, littered, you might say, throughout communication on every platform, but just how did this happen, and why do we love them so much?
16th June 2015
The most awesome apps that you need to get – right now!
After being lost in the App store a few times, and testing out which apps work best for me, I have figured out the most 7 awesome apps that come along with me everyday.
9th June 2015
Web design – the future and the past
A long, long time ago in a bedroom far, far away, I stayed up late at night learning how to code HTML – not knowing at the time that this would be a key tool in my future ‘trade’
4th June 2015
Website speed matters!
With the rise of new technology and as mobile phones rule our daily lives the way we consume websites is ever changing. One of the most important aspects of your website at this point in internet history is making sure it performs well across all devices.
2nd June 2015
The future of websites – set your content free…
The way we consume content is changing. Here’s how, why and what we can do about it.
1st June 2015
My DuckDuckGo Investigation
With Google being so prominent in the land of search engines, it’s hard to imagine anyone new coming along and doing a good job. Well, this could be where DuckDuckGo comes into play.
29th April 2015
Title tags – how to achieve the best results
Title tags are often overlooked, they’re an afterthought. However, with some simple SEO tips you can write a great title tag in minutes.
26th March 2015
The mobile update is here. Or is it?
Find out our thoughts on the recent Google update causing chaos amongst webmasters and SEOs everywhere.
1st December 2014
Back to basics with Twitter – top 8 tips
Twitter is about engagement, starting, building and maintaining relationships, and then leveraging those relationships.
30th November 2013
iOS 6 to 7 – a critique
Why did Apple make the change to IOS 7? Have they become a follower instead of a leader?
18th November 2013
Taking a stand against poor health
Many studies have shown that sitting for long periods leads directly to an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, a variety of cancers and early death.
1st October 2013
It’s a pity and can be shitty, when designing by committee
Why does everyone want a say? Why do we need so many opinions when considering a project?
30th September 2013
Work life balance
Where will a life of being constantly connected to smart phones, tablets and other electronic devices lead us?
27th August 2013
Beginners guide to microcopy
It can be very easy to get lost in the design of our website and forget about the user’s experience
22nd November 2010
The visual hierarchy
Our discussion about good web design and the secret to what makes a user stick around. There is more to design than making things look attractive.