The first few months of the year are always busy writing award entries – as the saying goes, when it rains, it pours! At the time, it seems like quite a task to write different entries tailored for different awards and categories, but when you get that email through saying “We’re happy to announce that you’ve been shortlisted….” it’s definitely worth the effort – it creates a real buzz in the studio – and it makes our clients very happy too!… Read more
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We think it’s important that young people have the opportunity to not only play games, use iPhone apps and Facebook, but that they know how to make things using computers too.… Read more
When I sat down to write this year’s round up, I was a bit worried. I’ve signed off a lot of compassionate leave, we’ve had to cope with serious illness, the ‘list of woe’ goes on.… Read more
Numiko’s MD, Emma Harvey has been named in the UK’s Power Part Time list – a prestigious list of 50 of the most senior level part time workers in the UK.… Read more
Yesterday, the animated film we made for the British Thyroid Foundation, was launched at the 40th Meeting of the British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes in Leeds. The film, which has been created just for kids, aims to support those who have recently been diagnosed with the most common thyroid disorders – hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.… Read more
Emma and myself headed off to the Picnic Festival in Amsterdam last week and, for those of you who don’t know, Picnic is a yearly festival that acts as a platform for innovation and creativity in the digital sector (they have an app so it must be true).… Read more
We’ve been working with the Open University for their “Guide to Diagrams” module, an online introduction to the wonderful world of diagrams.
When you think of diagrams you probably imagine something expansive, high-fidelity and super-complicated – but the diagrams that we’re dealing with here are the opposite: hand-drawn, low-fidelity, simple thinking aids that can help you understand complicated situations.… Read more
Did you know that National Lottery players raise over £30 million each and every week for Good Causes? Well they do, and it is this money that funds initiatives such as The Eden Project and Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium – as well as smaller community projects that change the lives of people right across the UK. On average there are 120 National Lottery funded projects in each postcode!… Read more
Thyroid problems are experienced by one in twenty people in the UK, which means they affect about the same number of people as diabetes. The language used in online explanations can be complicated and is often rather medical-sounding.… Read more
Last Thursday was an especially quiet day for Numiko. The reason? Because we were all out of the office on our annual away day.
Whilst an away day excuse is a good excuse to get out of the office for the day, ignore your constant barrage of emails and phonecalls, its also a really great way of reinvigorating people’s passion for what they do and to remind ourselves why we do it!… Read more