For all those who missed the boat on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Manic Monday swooped in as the last big shopping date for online users. In this post we will be discussing the rise in key calendar dates around the festive season, looking both from a consumer’s perspective and the retailers. We will also hear expertise from leading marketing and advertising agency representatives, to find out first hand what impact these dates are having on the industry.
Manic Monday saw predications of £733 million being spent by consumers.… Read more
Creating a portfolio can be a daunting task. You’ve got a lot to consider… Font, layout, colour, what content to include, what not to include, the list goes on. Here’s a quick run through of our do’s and dont’s based on client feedback over the years…
The Do’s and Don’ts of Digital Portfolios
Easy to navigate
- Keep it easy to access. Include a simple interface with accessible navigation tabs.
Be clear and concise
- When giving details about your projects, the reader wants to know what you’ve accomplished, so try to get to the point as quickly as possible.… Read more
The release date is somewhat unclear but the speculation to the lead up is not.
Angular 2.0 is soon to be released, and what’s to be expected can only be described as radical changes. There has been a variety of responses to the pending release. Excitement conflicted with doubt, by why?
Aside from one of the contributing creators in the team, Rob Eisenberg, jumping ship half way through the development, it is certain that Angular 2.0 is very much a scratch rewrite of AngularJS.… Read more