1. Speck work

    Speck Work do clients really understand why speck Work harms their business as well as harming the designer producing it. Is there a way to educate and advise clients on how to find the perfect design match.

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  2. HTML5 responsive development

    I was involved in helping South Lanarkshire National Entitlement Card develop a new fully responsive website. The Scottish Government, Young Scot, local councils and other organisations have worked together

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  3. Responsive Design within local government

    Local government websites have came a long way since the dark old days of the poorly managed do it yourself table based layouts of the late 90’s. Now most sites are backed by web

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  4. Design the luxury item

    Times are hard, businesses are going under left right and centre. For the lucky few still in business money is tight and most of them are looking to cut the fat and tighten their financial belts just to stay in the game.

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  5. Bad design decisions disclaimer

    One of the biggest challenges I have faced as a designer is – how do I stop a client making bad design decisions? I am sure every designer has faced the same issue at one point in their professional career,

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  6. Someone Ripped off our old Website’s Design

    We Look through our Google Analytics reports every day so when I noticed some strange page titles for our website, I had to investigate. It turns out that someone liked our old design

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  7. Web development for the PS3

    The PS3 uses the NetFront browser. Developing for this is like web development in the days when ie5.5 or ie6 were the dominant browsers. Some things I have picked up that might help