It’s a proud feeling for us when clients do well. Even better when they are on a list of top performers in the publishing sector. We’re passionate about developing for the publishing industry and love seeing our clients doing well.
Anyone who writes code quickly learns what works for them and what feels comfortable. Personal expression is fine in isolation, but when it comes to working in teams, you need a system everyone can understand…
Are you looking for some tips to get the most out of your new WordPress site? We’ve put together some handy style guidance to allow you to hit the ground running.
Our website has been on our list of things to do for as long as I have been at the company. I joined in January 2013. Finally we’ve had the opportunity to show it some love.
Our Senior Designer, Anthony Casey, looks at why you want your site to be more 60s Dieter Rams Braun, than 90s Aiwa.
We were approached by influential design academic, Jeremy Myerson, to design and build the first website for WORKTECH Academy. Here we look at some of the features of their new site.
We recommend every project we undertake contains some aspect of ‘discovery’. Read on to find out more about this important part of any project we undertake at interconnect/it.
Established in 1925, Apollo is one of the world’s oldest and most respected magazines dedicated to the visual arts. We were tasked with redesigning the new site for Apollo magazine. Read on to get the low-down.
There’s a direct link between web traffic and revenue when you’re a publisher. How well that works depends a lot on other factors – the business model, commercial relationships and so on.
Given that a lot of our clients are in the publishing industry, we thought it would be useful to talk about some of the differences between print and web design. Take a peek to find out more.
The Spectator is one of the world’s oldest continuously published magazines and one of the UK’s leading and most respected political and lifestyle magazines. Published since 1828 it has a rich history and tradition in print media.