The New Year has arrived, and as the Christmas period begins to feel further and further away, we’re cheering ourselves up with the many exciting things to come over the next 12 months. Here we dig into the upcoming trends, design approaches and changes that...

We had the pleasure of working with SIFA Fireside for this project. Creating them a brochure explaining their services and opportunities for homeless people. Start Firstly a meeting was arranged with SIFA Fireside to establish what exactly they wanted and expected of us. Drafts were made of...

Branding. It͛s a word that all too often gets confused with things such as a logo design, colour palettes, brochure design or, well, just plain old pretty pictures. Yet branding, in actuality, is far more than any of these single elements. Sure, it can be said to involve all of...

Let’s face it, driving traffic to your blog can be challenging, demanding much time, effort and, if you invest in PPC, money. Once your visitors have arrived, you’ll want to make the most out of every first-time reader and (ideally) ensure that they come back...

  Squibble’s CEO scoops Young Entrepreneur Award Kim Leary, CEO of Birmingham based Squibble Ltd, has been named Young Entrepreneur. She beat off several competitors to win the prestigious award at the Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards. The Awards took place on the 28th September at the...

UI Animations make the web experience more interesting, interactive and entertaining and with the use of modern web technologies are being used more and more.  HTML5 has meant that animations can now be easily seen across all devices and can be scaled to any screen. 

With the launch of hardware like the Oculus Rift, 2016 is the year VR (Virtual Reality) is finally coming home. VR is already being used in the tech industry with press conferences being streamed in VR and being hosted on VR social networks such as AltspaceVR. ...

One of the side effects of responsive design has meant that a lot of sites look similar and we are seeing repetition of UI Patterns. Responsive design isn’t solely to blame however. The huge rise of WordPress sites and the booming Wordpress the me market...

Not long ago, websites were typically designed for laptop and desktop screen resolutions. This worked fine until the advent of web capable smart phones and tablets.  Responsive Web Design is becoming more and more popular due to the rise of mobile internet usage, in fact it’s...