Designing For All To See by Ross Allchorn31 May 2012 0 Comments
Gone are the days of a single design composition being sufficient for your online presence. With the advent of smartphones and tablet computers and the increase in average screen size on desktop computers, there is currently a greater variety of display devices than ever before.
Why I'm Glad I Still Have My Dropbox Account by Jonathan Bossenger21 May 2012 5 Comments
I recently wrote an article on the new Google Drive where I spoke about how great it would be to have my shared web storage linked to my email account seamlessly. Google Drive seemed to be the answer.
The 3 most effective principles to encourage your team’s creativity by Simon Bestbier15 May 2012 0 Comments
“Have fun, create and inspire” – that’s how we describe our work at Realmdigital, a software solution provider. Software development is by definition an area for innovative and creative minds. Nevertheless, it’s not an easy thing to keep coming up with great new ideas in the day-to-day routine. That’s why in our work we follow several important principles that help us keep a fresh look at what we’re doing. If your team works in the creative environment, as well, I presume these principles will work for you, too.
Getting to Grips with Google Drive by Jonathan Bossenger30 April 2012 0 Comments
After much speculation and online rumours, Google's online file storage/sync/sharing service, Google Drive, has finally launched.
Instagram for Android: A Million Downloads in 24 Hours by Victoria Gough04 April 2012 0 Comments
The excitement around the release of Instagram for Android is no secret, with over a million downloads within the first day; I would say that the apps popularity is highly evident. This number does not come as much of surprise when you take into account that around 430,000 Android users had preregistered long before the launch occurred.