Google Doodles

miromedia General, Web Design

Have you every wondered why and what all the different Google logos have been over the years? No. Oh, well I feel I must tell you anyway and point you here: http://www.google.com/logos/. This is a complete visual illustration of every different Google logo there has been since the very first ‘Burning …

What a Wicked Web…

Dean Ronnie Development, General, Stuff, Web Design

This amazing infographic shows the development of the web, its popular browsers and stuff like cookies. It also has a fantastic slider to skip through early versions of the browsers we used in the past. Try it for yourself… http://evolutionofweb.appspot.com/

An App a day keep the Google away

Ian Hancock General, Stuff, Web Design

3 years ago knowbody knew what an App was. This week, Apple announced the passing of the 500,000 mark for approved iOS Apps – in just 34 months. That equates into over 400,000 downloadable Apps after you account for withdrawn and replacement Apps. This comes after the January 2011 announcement …

‘Please, have one of my cards’

Andrew Male General, Web Design

Here are some amazing business cards; there not just small, square pieces of cardboard with your name and address… http://webdesignledger.com/inspiration/51-unique-business-cards-that-will-make-your-mind-explode

Optimise your cooking skills

Dean Ronnie Stuff, Web Design

Google has a recipe searching service, maybe now I’ll start cooking my favourite dish, the green Thai curry. Try it here: http://www.google.com/landing/recipes/

Comply or… die

Andrew Male Search Engine Optimisation, Web Design

Well, maybe not that strong but the argument for having standards compliant code on your site is now backed up with  crawl data from Google. Courtesy of search engine land there is now graphical evidence showing that Google is able to crawl more pages and also crawl deeper on a …

“Is it safe?”

Andrew Male Development, Web Design

Everyone wants to have the fancy stuff on their site, don’t they? Nice images, gradients, that fancy serif font the MD saw on the London based digital media agency with the cool anti-aliasing. It all looks nice on the design but when it comes down actual putting together the nuts …