The ease and convenience of selecting an emoji is a colourful way of telling my recipient exactly how you feel, but how did emojis get so successful? Why do we love them so much? And what were the stand out moments where emojis spoke louder than words?
We have recently had a shift in our process to become more agile and transparent, this has been very helpful to my testing and in case there are any fellow testers reading this, I'd like to explain why..
The start of a new year is traditionally a time to reflect on the past 12 months and make plans for the coming year. If you are looking to change website platforms, or simply wish to re design your site, look no further.
In the past 12 months, Facebook has introduced videos that play silently and automatically when they scroll into view in your Facebook timeline.
Find out more about how and when these videos will play on timelines, and find out how to disable the autoplay functionality if you don't want it for your own timeline.
Back in October 2013, we launched a fully responsive ecommerce site for Whistlefish Galleries. The site was designed to offer customers an immersive and engaging experience, which would reflect Whistlefish Galleries’ proposition of offering affordable art and would also support national expansion of the business.
Today on the 11th of March, the BBC have announced a brand spanking new responsive site for the 7 year old iPlayer. (7 years old - can you believe it's been that long?!)...
I recently placed an order with Skatehut and added a special request to the additional notes field in the checkout process: "Please can you include a drawing of a dinosaur (T-Rex) playing golf?"... find out just what I received from the artistic folk at Skatehut!
So you’re back in the office and thoughts have turned to making your digital activity better in 2014. You might be asking yourself how did we do, what should we do next and are we working with the right people? Here's what we think you should do..
I recently attended the Umbraco UK Festival 2013 in London and went to a talk by Matt Brailsford.
Matt talked about bridging front end/back end divide in the digital workplace, and I wanted to explore his thoughts and really consider how much back end a front end developer should really know!