Posts Tagged ‘Web Design’

WORKTECH Academy

WORKTECH Academy

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.

Apollo Magazine

Apollo Magazine

Established in 1925, Apollo is one of the world’s oldest and most respected magazines dedicated to the visual arts. We were the team asked to redesign their new high quality site.

Print design versus web design

Print design versus web design

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 Redesign

The Spectator Redesign

Our Lead designer, Anthony Casey, discusses the redesign of The Spectator website and ponders on some of the main decisions made from a front-end, design perspective.

Job Vacancy: Junior Developer

Job Vacancy: Junior Developer

Calling all junior PHP / WordPress developers. We’re on the lookout for the next generation of developers to join our friendly, ever expanding team. Read on to find out more.

Job Vacancy: Experienced Developer

Job Vacancy: Experienced Developer

Are you an experienced PHP or WordPress developer looking for a fresh challenge? We’re on the lookout for the right people to work in our friendly, ever expanding team. Read on to find out more.

Catholic Herald

Catholic Herald

Late in 2013 we were approached by the Catholic Herald to design their new website. They confided they were looking to launch a magazine in 2014 and were keen to ensure their branding ran smoothly from paper to online presence. We were the people chosen to help them do this.

SWIG – 29th November & Creative Liverpool

SWIG – 29th November & Creative Liverpool

November SWIG hosted at the interconnect/it offices is imminent! Meeting Location Every last Thursday of the month, this meet-up takes place at the interconnect/it offices. This SWIG event takes place in our office on the 2nd floor.

SWIG – 25th October

SWIG – 25th October

Halloween SWIG hosted at the Interconnect/it offices is imminent! Meeting Location Every last Thursday of the month, this meet-up takes place at the interconnect/it offices. This SWIG event takes place in our office on the 2nd floor. This Meeting’s Agenda, Starting at 6:30 pm Welcome and Introductions – tell us who you are and what you do, recent news, and something cool you… continue reading

SWIG – 27th September

SWIG – 27th September

The monthly SWIG hosted at the Interconnect/it offices is imminent, and on Thursday! Meeting Location This meet-up takes place at the interconnect/it offices. The SWIG meeting room is on the first floor of the Liverpool Science Park (meeting room 3, up the stairs to the first floor once you enter the building, through the propped open door and 2 rooms down). this… continue reading

10 Ways to Win Web Awards

It was close, but no cigar… one of our sites was nominated for the Clynol Best Salon Website of 2007 award.  Sadly we didn’t win it, but we looked at the competition and then at which site won.  We realised that with many of these awards the depth of analysis isn’t that deep.

The Danger of Unpaid Consulting, And One Answer…

One thing that happens a lot in the web development and design sphere is the problem of unpaid consulting. Actually, I’ll rephrase it a little… it happens all the time! It’s rather tricky. Clients are interested in us because we offer them something that gives them better efficiency, sales and returns. But what we do is complex and sophisticated. As… continue reading

Does the web industry suck?

Does the web industry suck? Is it because of us techies or is it something about the clients?

Can You Trust Your Web Designer?

A little while ago I came across a story about a couple of firms who had been sued in 2006 by Getty Images for illegal use of images on their websites.  One of the companies was a small accountancy firm in Liverpool, and the other a taxi firm in Taunton.  Both small companies. Fair enough – you steal a picture,… continue reading