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  • London Office

    Open Evening – 29th August from 6pm

    12th August 2013

    It’s an incredibly exciting time to be joining the team; we’re busy working with a diverse range of clients to produce award-winning work both in the UK and globally. As a result of some exciting new wins we are currently seeking to recruit the very best people to join our growing family in… see more

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    CSS Hexagons and a hybrid solution

    7th August 2013

    How I made CSS hexagons and eventually settled on a hybrid CSS and image based solution I was recently asked if we could base a webpage interface on hexagons, which at first seemed straight forward, use a background image, overlay hot spots to act as links and away we go.  The final design called… see more

  • Leap Motion Sensor

    LEAP MOTION, my thoughts after 12 hours.

    25th July 2013

    Unless you’ve been sat under a rock for the last 12 months you’ll no doubt know all about the LEAP MOTION  (www.leapmotion.com) device and the creator’s promise that it would be a game changer for computer interaction. They lied. It may be the ‘most accurate 3D motion… see more

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    Fast and Flexible Service Delivery

    18th July 2013

    Everyone wants their new shiny digital services tomorrow. Budget belts are tightening; aggressive business plans demand results yesterday, whilst digital evolves on a daily basis. How can we be more flexible and deliver faster? Meet Agile Creative Technology™ Agile Creative Technology (ACT) is a… see more

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    For Tech Sake!

    12th July 2013

    Yesterday I was fortunate enough to spend a day at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, a wonderful celebration of automotive innovation on the Goodwood estate. Being a petrol head, this was right up my street! Another ‘up my street’ interest is digital tech and how organisations / brands… see more

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    Man vs Mountain

    1st July 2013

    Well the day is finally here – 6 alcohol free months (Ascot doesn’t count) of training, covering over 3500km and losing 21kg’s along the way and it all comes down to this. Tomorrow I officially set off for the Alps to face the behemoth that is La Marmotte. A race considered as one of… see more

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    The death of the PC?

    12th June 2013

    Something odd is happening in the market for PCs and tablets. PC have just reported the worst quarter sales results for 20 years, whilst at the same time demand for tablets and smartphones is sky-rocketing. What is going on here? Are we about to witness the death of the PC as we know it? And... see… see more