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.
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.
We were approached by the Catholic Herald to design their new website. They were looking to launch a magazine and were keen to ensure their branding ran smoothly from paper to online presence.
At the start of April 2014, Telegraph Media Group hired us as a development partner to build what was code named ‘Project Babb’, an experiment in shareable content designed to broaden the paper’s audience. You can read all about it here.
We try to fit in one charity project a year at interconnect/it and this year it was the turn of the Plaza community cinema in Waterloo. Read on for the design notes behind this exciting build.
Cinema websites present a number of challenges, and are often surprisingly poor at selling the film in question. Our build for the Plaza Cinema automatically pulls in images and trailers for films, giving visitors a punchy, dynamic experience.
Greenwich Healthy Living exists to offer the general public information on healthy lifestyle choices. We were commissioned by the team at Greenwich to develop their new site. Read on for more info.
We recently developed a new site for the Foundation Trust Governor’s Association, which allowed for an easy self-hosted and self-managed yet sophisticated website.
Gill Sans and the colour red; that was the brief. Gill Sans rides again, on our new company website! Here we discuss the process of building our new site.