• How we’ve been tackling Responsive Design

    By Gareth Phillips on July 12, 2012

                        We have been re-considering our design and build process to deliver responsive design (e.g. The Boston Globe). I thought we’d share what we have learned so far.  And in case you’re a client and wondering what’s point of all this? We deliver responsive design as standard not an expensive add-on. The...

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  • How to prepare for the development of your corporate mobile website

    By Paul on July 3, 2012

    You need a mobile website. Now! With mobiles set to surpass desktops as the main access point to the internet sometime next year, the reign of your desktop website as the hub of your corporate communications is coming to an end. As you have no control over how your audiences choose to access your digital content, you need to...

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  • Technology development in the last few years has made self-service a far more viable option than it ever has been before.

    By Gareth Phillips on July 2, 2012

    Implemented well, self-service is a great option for your customers, as they will often pick it over the time-consuming effort of real human interaction. And from an organisation’s perspective, there are some major upsides not least from a revenue perspective. Plus unless you are doing something significantly wrong, a self-service should cost very little once the technology and processes...

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  • With the right approach, tablet deployment decisions will be based on the right selection criteria rather than employee hype.

    By Gareth Phillips on June 26, 2012

    With the recent consumerisation of IT decisions trend, it’s all too easy to get drawn in by product hype. But when deploying new technology in your organisation, moving away from emotional decisions to identifying key requirements and finding the best solutions to meet them is essential. If you aren’t being objective, you could end up with a costly investment...

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  • Inception of an intranet

    By Gareth Phillips on June 21, 2012

    Starting out on developing – or in many cases re-developing – an intranet can be a daunting experience. With that in mind, sharing some of our lessons learned about starting off on the right foot seems like a good idea. Clarity of purpose Having a ‘clarity of purpose’ may seem obvious, but having worked on a few projects where the...

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  • 10 + 1 Online Annual Reports: High marks on style, average on emotional design, low on multi-screen optimisation

    By Paul on June 14, 2012

    It’s a fact that annual reports have moved online en masse. More often than not, an online annual report is a digital version of the PDF with added interactive charts and maybe a video or two; an approach that does not exploit digital media to the fullest. As part of our on-going research into corporate digital communications we looked...

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  • This Week’s Interesting Finds

    By Paul on June 14, 2012

    Every week we go through thousands of news posts. Here are 10 interesting and amusing finds for your next tea break today: Google Employees Explore The Wilderness By Foot, To Help Create The Perfect Map Linking food to mood interactive infographic – Infographic The Future of Medical Visualisation Vertical video syndrome – Video The world’s tiniest police chase – Video Tactus Creates...

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  • This Week’s Interesting Finds [01/06]

    By Paul on June 5, 2012

    Every week we go through thousands of news posts. Here are 10 interesting and amusing finds for your next tea break today: Artist Merges Graffiti With Photography, To Create ‘Street Art GIFs – Clever and beautiful Biggest Product Launches at International Consumer Electronics Show – Tetris, Minidisc, etc. Accident Hotspots and Dangerous Driving Conditions – The infographic The future...

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  • New work: An interactive experience that delivers a strong message of success on multiple screens

    By Paul on June 5, 2012

    LyondellBasell, one of the world’s largest chemical manufacturing companies, wanted to use their 2012 annual report to communicate a strong message of success, growth and determination. Skyron created an interactive experience rich in video, strong headlines and captivating photography. For maximum reach and impact we used responsive design to ensure that the experience can be enjoyed full-screen and optimised...

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  • This week’s interesting finds [25/05]

    By Paul on May 25, 2012

    Every week we go through thousands of news posts. Here are 10 interesting and amusing finds for your next tea break today: BBC News – How hard do you work? Behind-The-Scenes: Your Bag’s Journey On Delta World’s First Vertical Forest, Now Under Construction Leap 3D motion control system is 100 times more accurate than Kinect 24 lazy, meaningless verbs...

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