We’ve all seen the Buzzfeed. Another sensational discovery from everyone’s favourite viral kingpin giving us 26 reasons that prove beyond reasonable doubt that kids really are just tiny drunken adults.… Read more
Posts Tagged: UX
Last year, we set out to design for the Design Council. At first, this was extremely daunting….in fact, we were bloody nervous! But this passed, and suddenly we became very excited.… Read more
Earlier this month, we dispatched Lowri, our resident UX researcher, to check out what the South West had to say on World Usability Day. Here are her highlights from #WUD_Bristol:
Well firstly, what a lovely little spot for a conference!… Read more
Today, the smartphone and the tablet are nothing short of ubiquitous; dominating the digital landscape to such an extent that they are fast becoming the foundation of digital strategy, design and build. … Read more
Sometimes, we receive briefs that are detailed and explicit, while at other times, clients just know they need a digital solution and it’s our job to define what that ought to be.… Read more
Last week saw the world’s largest technology festival come to the UK, and with it renewed support from the government for mobilising the next generation of digital makers.… Read more
We’ve been working with the BBC on the redesign of the Podcast Directory Homepage, to bring it in line with other, related BBC products.
The new desktop homepage, which launched yesterday, allows the BBC’s editorial team to showcase selected podcasts thematically. … Read more
This year Film4 are celebrating 30 years of backing some of the UK’s greatest films like Trainspotting, East is East and Rita, Sue & Bob Too – and that’s just to name a few! … Read more
We’ve just won two exciting projects for good causes, The National Lottery Promotions Unit and Time to Change.
The NLPU has chosen us from a national tender process to create a new Lottery Good Causes website – the site will be totally redesigned and it will help users find out more about how Lottery funding works, where it goes, who has benefited from it and how to apply.… Read more
After nearly six years at Numiko, I’ve decided to leave. It’s been a really tough decision as I’ve loved every minute of working for and amongst the very best creative and technical talent in the UK – as well as some amazing clients. … Read more