Blogging is a great way to interact with an audience (as we have discovered ourselves quickly here!). We have found that our clients are looking to develop a website where they can engage with their […]
Aside from Water Meter Dash‘s graphics and overall look (among other projects in progress), I have also been creating some art on Nebula’s other big project, Kesho Town. As the art style was established early […]
Changing form one computer to another should be a happy joyous occasion – I mean who doesn’t want new stuff – however the actual process of moving from one piece of hardware to another is often times slow, frustrating and can lead to unforeseen costs. After many many migrations you get to learn what’s required and the pitfalls but it’s very easy to miss an item or make assumptions which can cost you.
So aside from the panic, prayers and assortment of 4 letter words how am I typing this blog post 2 days later on the very same MacBook? Below are my tips from this experience and the 10 years + I’ve had to help others who’ve done the same
I’ve had the unfortunate experience of helping a number of companies to overcome security breaches in the past and it’s doubly unfortunate when the breaches could have been prevented with a minimum of fuss and a little bit of effort.
A bit like a television advertisement for a certain anti-dandruff shampoo, when you tell someone you have email or spam filtering they will often say ‘but you don’t get spam’, to which you reply ‘exactly’.
We often come across businesses asking us ‘do you do websites?’
The simple answer of course is yes we make and maintain websites but normally that’s not the end goal. They’ve normally already got a website that they like and are just looking for a few tweaks, contact name changes and the like but can’t get hold of the original designer who was insert: on work experience, temp, or family friend etc