WHAT SHOULD BE THE KEY SIGNIFIER OF MY SITE?

Anything can be a sign as long as someone interprets it as ‘signifying’, especially when presenting images on the web. If your logo incorporates a UK map or a spanner then a sophisticated audience will know that company number one is a UK based organisation and number two is a mechanical firm. Highlighting this to the customer immediately is what your web …

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SHOULD YOU JUST KEEP ‘HODLING’ YOUR BITCOIN?

THE BLOCK CHAIN, ICO’S AND DIGITAL WALLETS. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, we’re betting that you’ll be at least vaguely aware of the ongoing financial rollercoaster that is cryptocurrency. And as we look forward to 2018, it’s likely to be another exciting time for amateur investors and economists …

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THINGS TO DO AT MOBO WHEN THE INTERNET IS DOWN

So if you haven’t guessed from the title, today at Mobo the internet went down which made working today quite difficult. Below are some things we did during those hours. 1. Play eyespy… This game lasted approximately 1 minute. 2. Phone Virgin Media customer service. We ended up calling them twice because as the woman on the phone said she …

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DESIGNING FOR A TARGET AUDIENCE

The world of design, while it may seem like fun and games, doodling and playing about on a computer there is a lot more than what meets the eye. For some of us, designing is as natural as breathing, however for others it can take a bit of work. This is usually the case when it comes to designing for …

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MAKING THE UK PARLIAMENT’S VISUAL IDENTITY FIT FOR A DIGITAL FUTURE

One of the most iconic institutions in the UK, and perhaps even the world, the UK parliament (previously known as Houses of Parliament), has launched a new visual identity. The project, led by London-based design agency SomeOne, intends to further unify the previously disparate identities of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The identity, the studio says, …

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