Design

04Nov

No hyena this time and the lunch was a LOT better!

They let me out of the cupboard again and I made the most of it… travelling to the Henry Moore Foundation in the beautiful village of Perry Green. For 2013, the Foundation compared the works of Auguste Rodin and Henry Moore. It’s too late...
27Sep

The devil is in the detail

When meeting new people in social situations, after they’ve established I know nothing about football, their next line of questioning is usually: ‘So, what do you do for a living?’ My response of: ‘I’m a graphic designer’...
16Sep

One student’s not so lazy, hazy, crazy, days of summer

Guest post by Darcy Lamptey Summer time for most students like me is when we get to relax – away from the worries of deadlines and essays. But it’s also a time when students are trying to find experience in order to gain a foothold in their...
27Mar

Am I bovvered?

So, what’s the point of getting in a tizz over a little typo? Well, getting it wrong can make you look pretty foolish and can really affect customers’ perception of your brand. If you’re not concerned about having accurate messaging,...
30Jan

Are we just going through the motions?

"We don't know where we get our ideas from. What we do know is that we do not get them from our laptops." John Cleese While I love my computer, I think computers have robbed us of the feeling that we're actually making things. Instead...
15Jan

Is print really dead?

The digital vs print debate has been raging for a while now, so I thought I'd throw a few of my thoughts into the mix. Like most creatives who've been involved in the industry before the world went digital, I spent my early years as an Art Director...
18Dec

Responsive Design and Mobile Websites

Originally posted by Marc Price Statistically I know that there’s something like a 25% chance you’re reading this on a mobile device (or so our website analytics tells me). Earlier this year it would have been below 20%, and this time last...
18Jun

HTML5 – Oooh, and wow!

HTML5 is the latest hero in the world of digital marketing. It’s a massive topic though – so I’m only going to scratch the surface here, whet the appetite if you will… Techie bit: HTML5 is the framework that enables a multitude...
07Jun

Custom Document Types in Kentico CMS

Custom document types are probably the most powerful feature of Kentico, I’d like to talk about how we can build up complex document presentations from the easy-to-use content tree that allows non-technical users to manipulate the presentation of...
01Jun

Kentico templating tips

In this post I’d like to cover off some templating tricks and tips that we routinely use when developing websites built on Kentico CMS. Inheritancy is very important when developing CMS-driven websites and in our opinion makes or breaks a site's...