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Mobile Technology On the Move

Phones used to be just that - phones. Before the advent of cellular, and later, smartphone technology, if you needed to get in touch when you were away from your desk or home, you would have to find a phone booth or ask someone nicely if you could borrow their phone to make an important call.

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Showing your True Colours

Psychology shows us that the more choice we’re presented with, the harder it is to make a decision. And you only have to look at a paint colour chart to start flipping out.

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Is Your Brand Relevant?

The words, “Brand Relevance” sound like something you’d read in a marketing textbook or hear in a presentation along with buzzwords that sound impressive, but mean very little. The difference is, these are two words that can actually be applied practically.

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The Business of Christmas

Adverts featuring dustings of icing sugar snow, penguins and flying women in fairy costumes can only mean that Christmas is about to land.

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Who’s who in the design community? Part 1

When you have a design challenge or requirement, how do you know who can help you? There are so many types of designer out there, how do you know what credentials to look for when selecting a designer?

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Work your new website

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Minimalism in web design

One of the key trends we’re seeing in web design is a minimalist approach. Less is increasingly more, and a clean and uncluttered site will help your business stand out from the crowd. So what are the main elements of minimalist web design?

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How do you protect your ideas from being stolen?

Recently we had some computer equipment stolen from our office (the thief was soon caught). But as well as minding our physical security, we also need to watch that no-one is plagiarising our designs.

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Does design need to be expensive?

Design only looks effortless when it’s done very well. And it looks awful when it’s done badly. It’s a bit like attempting to save cash by doing your own plumbing or plastering when you’re not trained.

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When technology goes AWOL

When disaster strikes you either kick yourself for not being better protected or breathe a huge sigh of relief that you took precautions and prevented an even worse situation. How would you fare if something happened to your business IT?

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WINCHESTER

LONDON