Spam; once just a tasty lunchtime snack it’s now a curse on your inbox. It follows a long history of unwanted communication that includes junk mail and cold calling. Alexander Graham Bell probably had people cold calling him about his PPI’s. But where spam differs is that much of what is received is incomprehensible gobbledygook that appears to serve no purpose.Continue Reading
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Signing off a design can be a little scary for clients and in truth it should be; but for good reason.
Design sign off is the final milestone of the design phase of a new website. It's an agreement between agency and client that the design is complete and that no further changes will be made. But it's this feeling of finality that worries a client.Continue Reading
This week Google launched a beta of its new application; Google Web Designer. It's a free to download application that provides the means to creating HTML5 based designs using a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor. What WYSIWYG (pronounced Wizzy-Wig) editors allow designers to do is create working HTML and CSS code through a codeless 'design' view.
But is leaving such applications free reign to generate your code a step forward?Continue Reading
Today it's been announced that we could all soon own a little piece of Twitter. The micro blogging service has announced that they have applied to become a public company and so will be floated on the stock market.
In doing this Twitter is following in the footsteps of Facebook whose stock was initially sold at what appears to be an over-inflated price as only now after 16 months has their share price risen back towards its opening price. Facebook's example highlights how risky short term investments in Twitter might be.Continue Reading
This is the subject line from an email we received from a long standing client. The content of the email linked to a list of posters which visualise a number of common and sometimes odd requests a design agency can receive from their clients. Our client in this case was aware they’d emailed similar feedback in the past and was apologising having understood that feedback like this isn’t always helpful.Continue Reading
As you may have already noticed the Bronco website has had a new lick of paint this morning. We've been working on it since March and we're glad to finally show it off.Continue Reading
At Bronco we redesign our own website almost yearly, in fact we’re in the process of doing it again. We (or maybe just our designer) get a little bored of the old one, want to make changes and implement new advances so that our website is a shining example of what we’re capable of. Even before clients see our portfolio they see the shop window that is our website and gain an understanding of the kind of work we can produce.Continue Reading
Yesterday evening Apple demonstrated to the world the next version of its mobile operating system; iOS7. What makes this version so important is that it is the first to be overseen by design guru Jony Ive; the man behind the look of Apple’s hardware over the past few years.Continue Reading
Yesterday at Adobe Max conference Adobe announced a range of new products, updates and changes that will be coming in the near future. Two of the biggest announcements were the death of off the shelf boxed software and the death of Fireworks.Continue Reading
Yesterday Google announced that their browser; Chrome, will soon be using a new rendering engine, known as Blink. Previously Chrome has used the Webkit rendering engine, of which Blink is a development of that is being tailored more towards what Google feels a rendering engine should be.Continue Reading