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You do it without noticing.
A stream of social content, so constant that it's become second nature that 12% of your day is spent looking at it, something from it or something to do with it; 29% of that sub-consciously. For some of us it's part of our professional lives now as well. Of course, I'm talking about the now household name, Facebook. And of course those figures are made up.
New Year, new logo - well for ITV at least. Their overnight rebrand has sparked discussions in the design world, and the Paligap design studio, after the unveiling and update of all itv branded digital media.
With the recent unveiling of our responsive website for Bridgend Motor Group (the first responsive site created in Ayrshire no less), a brief to build another responsive site for Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles Ayr and Aberdeen and some brand new print work for Alexander Fleming's Citreon and Seat franchises we realised we've gone kind of car crazy here at Paligap!
As a digital agency we think long and hard about the online messaging and technology that we put out there. We obsess about the merits of Facebook v Twitter, LinkedIn v Google + and banner ads v SEO.
But really we should be even more obsessed about how our online brand is...
Would it really be so hard to make websites that just work on mobile devices? Iain Robinson explores the virtues of responsive website design and design for mobiles in the latest dispatch from the Paligap Blog.
If the movies have taught us anything, it's that Friday the 13th is a night of murder, horror and things that go bump in the night. To mark the occasion we spoke to the Paligap staff to find out which of them are scared of ghouls and bogeymen and which are particularly unlucky.
Jimmy Carr has flirted with controversy this week, but appears to have escaped with his image intact thanks to a statement of contrition. Examination of the statement reveals 3 key elements that those in the SEO industry would be wise to note...
In a bold move designed to draw attention to the continuing use of outdated web browsing software, the team at Kogan have implemented what is believed to be the world's first tax on Internet Explorer 7 users. Paligap Director Allan Sloan examines why IE7 is so unpopular.
Where do ideas come from when the blogger's mind is blank? Paligap's Iain Bartholomew takes a look at sources of inspiration and how to make the most of your ability.
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