Our Blog

Welcome to the Liquid Light Blog. This is a great space for you to keep up to date with our latest work, musings from the team and whats going on in the industry as a whole.


Animation is a new CSS3 property which can be applied to HTML tags such as “div, h1, span”. With flash now redundant from the web, CSS animations are a great alternative to spice up your designs. For example you could animate the...

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In recent years there has been so much focus on inbound marketing such as Social Media, that its very easy to forget the more traditional outbound marketing methods, like email. Email has been around for a long time (over 40 years), but using email for marketing purposes is still, and will continue to be a big part of most organisations marketing mix.

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What is the future for TYPO3 now that NEOS has arrived...is it time for TYPO3 to retire and let NEOS takeover or is TYPO3 still the best CMS around?

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Looking for work in the design industry can be difficult and frustrating, especially if you’re fresh out of uni and looking for your first proper job. I graduated from Brighton University in 2013 and was faced with the challenge...

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There are many effective ways of creating a great impact with your website. One of the most versatile and largely overlooked is Illustration. It is an incredibly effective tool in any designer and Art Directors toolkit, a whilst...

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In the current competitive environment it is more important than ever to have a clear brand that reflects who you are and to make sure people know what sets you apart.

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If you’re looking to maximise the impact and reach of your digital content, it’s important to consider which mobile platforms are most appropriate for your audience. Some content lends itself better to mobile responsive websites while other types of content or interaction may be best served by a dedicated mobile app.

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Basecamp is a hugely popular and (at least in the web design industry) ubiquitous project management tool used by many web agencies, helping them to manage projects and collaborate with clients.

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Every software update should be met with excitement by its users, even more so for a major upgrade. Look at major upgrades of Photoshop, Illustrator or even MS Office - the users are clamouring for new features, enhancements and improvements - it is like christmas...new toys to play with.

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Web agencies are frequently at the forefront of outsourcing, they are an obvious area to outsource. Often organisations don’t have the skill, time or the resources to design, build and/or maintain a website. But what do you think when you hear the term outsourcing? Many people instantly imagine negative results, my question is... is outsourcing really so wonderful or indeed so bad?

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What are the biggest problems when making a responsive (mobile friendly) website ? http://t.co/ahmPtCDIxl

Beautiful animated live map of world wind patterns by @cambecc see it at http://t.co/Ie2tm8RfGE has to be seen to be believed !

Most organisations are investing in social media to some extent or another.  For some it’s the occasional tweet or Facebook update, for others, in-depth, cross-channel marketing campaigns, using a whole variety of social media tools.  But the same question applies to both - is anyone listening?  And if so, how do you know?

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This article highlights the implications of using default tables within responsive design and suggests different methods to use.

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Internet privacy is a hot topic in the news these days. While the web was created fundamentally to share all information with everyone, its increased use in daily life has meant that this idealistic view of information access does not always fit exactly with people’s requirements.

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One of the most useful features of most popular Content Management Systems is the possibility to expand it with extensions that add new capabilities. Using an extension is a good option to save costs and time in development of common requirements (For example, a blog, a contact form or a shop).

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As the world gets smaller it’s not only large international companies that need to think about offering their website in more than one language. Small business have the opportunity to reach more markets than ever before.

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