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A place for us to post new work, tell you what’s hot on the office jukebox and share the cool things we’ve discovered on the web. Expect to see the latest creative we’ve been cooking up in the lab, Steve’s flashback old skool moments and the cool gadgets we all wish we could justify spending thousands of pounds on.

Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability – what you need to know

14 April, 2014 at 10:07 am by perskine

With news breaking on Monday, April 7th that the ‘Heartbleed’ bug causes a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library (which is used by roughly two-thirds of all websites on the Internet), we want to update our clients on how this bug may have impacted them and clarify the actions we’re taking to protect our customers. […]

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Wanted: Web Developer

18 March, 2014 at 9:15 am by perskine

Do you want to create cutting edge, responsive websites? Great… we’re after an experienced Web Developer to join our growing team… We are looking for a web developer to join our team, building and developing responsive sites in a small but busy studio that embraces new technology, creating bespoke sites for a very broad range of clients. […]

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It’s been a great 12 months for Henley College Coventry – from their successful Enterprise and Employability event that gained praise from the PM and earned them a Gold Award at the The College Marketing FE Awards to the development and completion of their new build. Not content with all that, they also got a grade 2 in their Ofsted […]

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Winning at Twitter #2

10 March, 2014 at 2:40 pm by Sam

Another great example of when Tweets go well (we’ll forget about the legendary ‘#susanalbumparty’ hashtag for now…). A self-proclaimed ‘badman’ from Manchester put in an eloquent request to Argos for information about the PS4. Their reply was brilliant, and has been retweeted over 7000 times. Sick! Just goes to show, some times the high street […]

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New Spritz app boosts reading capacity

06 March, 2014 at 10:18 am by Sam

I’ve always been a skim reader, and at quite a pace, but still tell myself I don’t have time to read. Spritz, a software developer based in Boston, has been working on a speed reading project for three years, refining it for ebooks, apps, and other platforms and is now about to go public, with Samsung’s new line of […]

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