Anatomy of a Tweet

Our new page (filed under freebies) entitled 'Anatomy of a Tweet' is precisely that!  Intended as a guide for Twitter newbies - attempting to navigate what 500M+ users now take for granted dozens of time a day - it breaks down the various elements of a tweet and explains them in very simple terms: Hazy about hashtags? Flummoxed … Continue reading Anatomy of a Tweet

Post-it Motion

Designers using Post-its is nothing new. It's actually a bit of a cliché. Some would say passé. Presumable those people would be French. Or a tad pretentious. However, I digress. I have, in fact, this past week, been having 'fun' with Post-its. This is what it's all about... What do you think - Extreme Cubism … Continue reading Post-it Motion

Getting QReative with World Book Day – part two

So, on Monday I posted about some book reviews I recorded at my local primary school. I took them home, edited them where necessary (not as much as you might think) and posted them to AudioBoo - today some of those codes (the ones posted here) are in the books that they relate to. The … Continue reading Getting QReative with World Book Day – part two

For your iConsideration

I've been delivering workshops over the last few months on capturing and editing digital content on mobile devices. Digital video and photography is nothing new of course, but, in recent years, colour correcting and editing content on the same device has become more than just a domestic option... many devices available to purchase on a … Continue reading For your iConsideration