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Affinity – One Year Review
29th March 2017
So it’s been just over a year since my last post on the new design software Affinity. Since then, Serif’s Affinity software has hit a few big milestones. Their two initial programs, Designer and Photo are now available on Windows and they have released version 1.5 on both programs as well.
User Experience — it’s a love, hate thing…
2nd March 2017
I’m really beginning to dislike the term User Experience (UX) in relation to digital design, it’s overuse and mis-interpretation is not only alarming, but just plain annoying. Don’t get me wrong, it’s important and as the title of this post suggests, I am not against it. In fact I often use it to explain what I do or more importantly what my designs do, but that right there is my point. Good design is good user experience.
Branding and Design for Rio 2016
4th August 2016
With a huge summer of sport reaching its pinnacle with the Olympics & Paralympics just around the corner, I wanted to take a good look at the how their branding has been developed into what we will see for almost a month and a half through August and September.
Welcome to Laravel
8th March 2016
It’s now been over a year since we launched the current version of the Cargo Creative website. In our last launch, we made a lot of changes to the front end that are easy to see, such as introducing 'The Cargo Hold' and reworking the way we do our case studies, in the 'Work' section.
Brand Workshop: Design Accessibility for Ophthalmology Patients
25th November 2015
We have recently embarked on a project for our longstanding client Making Research Better. After we originally delivered some print materials and a website, they came to us with the new challenge of individually targeting their Ophthalmology patients.
Is the Google rebrand a template for education?
8th September 2015
Last week, Google announced the evolution of its identity which included a complete rebrand that, in Google’s own words, ‘embraces an expanding, multi-device, multi-screen world’. They also state that the rebrand is necessary to make Google more accessible and useful to it’s users. In fairness to Google, that is as good a reason as any to undertake a rebrand, although in doing so they did send the design and digital world into a frenzy.
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