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We work on a lot of digital projects - many for our clients and some for ourselves. We regularly face new challenges and changes in technology that, once surmounted, pave the path to new creations, solutions, and deeper understanding. Our blog is our outlet for sharing some of that knowledge. Fuelled by curiosity, a desire to understand and – where possible – answer some of the problems we and our clients face.
Thanks to the wonder that is website analytics, we now have a wealth of data on every visitor to our websites. But with so much information at our fingertips are you seeing the wood for the trees?
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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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...
This article highlights the implications of using default tables within responsive design and suggests different methods to use.
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.
We have been to some really great conferences recently and have noticed some recurring themes and messages coming through. Here are 5 creative tips that might help to improve your business.
The core principal of this waterfall process makes perfect sense. So how is it that projects can still go horribly wrong? Is it lack of experience? lack of ability to deliver what the client wants? Difficult clients? Or just the nature of the beast?
It's one of those invoices you never want to receive - an image library demanding payment for an image you didn’t realise had been used. By then its too late, the picture has spread far and wide.