I always thought with my own website that I would practice what I preached, using the knowledge that I gain from my inspirational piers and fellow designers. But that is simply not the case as I found out at the weekendREAD MORE
Sometimes the menu position is just not enough. Especially when the design calls for the menu to be in a different postion, or perhaps you want to make a site mapREAD MORE
Grab any RSS from another domain and publish it in any fashion you wish on your Dreamscape CMS websiteREAD MORE
My beloved MacBook Pro broke today. Its not that old, and is still my pride and joy. But all of a sudden the built in iSight suddenly stopped working, and I was left photo-less. But do not fear, if your own MacBook Pro decides to disable your iSight camera, there is a way to get it back to health and working againREAD MORE
In my opinion fantastic news from the BBC today, as they announce that Internet Explorer has a massive security flaw, which could allow hackers to control your machine and steal passwordsREAD MORE
Congratulations and prayers go out to my close friend and his wife Paul and Ruth Leverett, with the birth of their baby girl this morningREAD MORE
A quick search of the internet on how best to use H1 elements on a page, will give you an inconclusive answer on the subject. This is simply my views on the matter, and perhaps another spanner in the works. All the same, I dont think this debate will ever go away, unless that is W3C publish more light on the correct usageREAD MORE
Whilst thinking about a project for a musician I am currently designing for, I came accross a potential problem for those novices to HTML that wouldn’t have a clue about how to add a YouTube video into a Content Management websiteREAD MORE
My attention was drawn away today, (it didnt take much) from a recent Plurk post by Siobhan, about how you can turn Twitter posts into bling blingREAD MORE
For a long time now I have been using Inquisitor for Safari, a plugin for the Apple web browser which displays suggestions and provides autocompletion for your searches right in your browserREAD MORE
If you would like to discuss anything about your next project please drop me a line.
Web Apps: ~£4000
Native Apps: ~£8000
No matter how small your project is, or if the budgets above scare you, please do get in touch, I shall always listen and will advise freely alternative ideas or solutions. If you are a charity, let's talk!