My post this week shines a spotlight on a French designer who has had a major influence on me... Vincent Perrottet. I discovered his work in my first years at Art School during a History of Art class. He came in to talk about his designs. The man is down to earth, humble and passionate.
The third part of my guide to website design where we look at the elements that we consider and research as part of the work we undertake when designing a new website.
This week we had a student from Kings College, Guildford in for Work Experience. This is his blog of what he did and learned during the week at our Godalming Offices.
The 2nd part of the website creative brief process that we put together for our website design projects at the agency.
This week we had a student from Royal Grammar School, Guildford in for Work Experience. This is his blog of what he did and learned during the week.
This week we are working on the initial designs for a new website for one of our clients so I though I'd write a guide on how we develop the internal website design brief.
Arrive 7.00 am. So many people… collect welcome packs, pin numbers to tops. Gather the team amidst nervous laughter. And, we’re off.
Run, over the wall, up the hill and down again to the first obstacle. Crawl down through mud and under the wire. Crawl, crawl, move, move… done. Few cuts and bruises; nothing too bad.
One of the reasons I love being a Search Engine Optimiser is because Google algorithms are constantly changing and keeping me on my toes.
Following our recent post about the Oxo 'Magic Cube' TV advert, this week our pick is the brilliant and quirky advert for First Direct Bank. The protagonists are a platypus, a zebra and a bird beat boxing. We are following Barry the platypus on his way to his local pub as he rants about banks and their "automated recording malarky".