Design, Theory & Ramblings

12 Essential Tips for Creating the Perfect Design Portfolio

Whether you’re applying for a job in the real world or online, your portfolio is the first impression that you’re going to give to your potential employers. Within it, you’ll have the opportunity to showcase your very best work, all your experience while having the ability to show your potential...

Why Your Website Has A Lifespan Of A Housefly

Houseflies pass through four different stages in their seemingly short stay in your humble abode. From egg, larva, pupa, and then to adult, the fly buzzes around and bugs the crap out of you all the while excreting its byproducts on everything you touch.  In its short life of approximately...

  • Posted by Andy Golpys

First thoughts of Training Peaks

Over the past few weeks I have been using Training Peaks to analyse my triathlon training. This is a powerful application and I am still getting to grips with all of it's wonderful data, but for now I thought it'd be nice to share my initial thoughts on it!

  • Posted by Tom Pickering

5 Minimalist Website Inspiration

"Negative space is, the space that surrounds an object in a image. Negative space helps to define the boundaries of positive space and brings balance to a composition."

  • Posted by Adam Ascroft

Benefits of working in the design industry

I’ve been in the design industry for 12 years now, and I still love what I do. Some people hate their jobs, some just plod along, and others thrive in their environment. It’s not easy to jump ship once you’re settled so let’s go back and give some reasons as...

Slinky: The saviour of HTML email templates

If there's one thing that haunts most developers, it's custom email templates. The limitations of them can be a real struggle. This week I came across a Plugin for Sketch that has changed my life. Ladies and Gentlemen, please meet Slinky.

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