Posts tagged obergine
Posts tagged obergine
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Last Friday, Jenny and Holly from Obergine had a great afternoon with some of the Helen & Douglas House guests. They were involved in running a fun and informative workshop on how to create a photography collage using Picasa and how to stay safe online. Helen & Douglas House is a hospice provides respite care to children and young adults suffering from life-limiting conditions.
Holly and Jenny from Obergine were welcomed with a warm invitation on arrival at Douglas House where they met the caretakers, guests and parents before being taken to the play room area to take a part in the workshop.
Obergine has worked with My Life My Choice, an award winning Oxford charity run by and for people with learning disabilities, on number of social media projects including the infographic.
Learning to edit your design is an essential part of your process, but it doesn’t come easy.
It is always easy ‘to add more’ in your quest for a more engaging website. Add more content, add more fonts, colours and textures, add more interactive elements and animations. But all this extra stuff comes at a price; adding more elements equals more visual noise for your website visitor to filter…
One agency, two cultures
Our office is full of incurable coffee and tea addicts, and as we take turns to serve up beverages, we keep a list of everyone’s preferences. The variations are many – vivid green, black as sin, sweet to the point of tears and so on. But there’s a pattern: Almost every developer in our office takes sugar, while the designers don’t…
Defending whitespace in web design concepts can be hard but it’s worth the fight because it makes websites easier to understand, quicker to interpret and as a result more profitable. Even though the empty space is an established and researched asset that can help turn cluttered websites into sleek conversion engines, arguing in favour of what cannot be seen is a challenge.
Hear that mad cackling in the distance at night? That scraping against your bedroom window when you’ve turned out the light? It’s Halloween, returning for yet another night of candle-lit graveyards, ghastly costume parties and horror movie bonanzas…
The web is going mobile, and so are emails. One in three in the UK says they access mobile email more than ever, and over half do so via a smartphone. Ispreview.co.uk predicts that in 2013, a majority of people will turn to mobile devices for reading emails.
Right now about 30% of all email checks are done from phones and tablets – and the usage grew by some 80% during2011…
Long ago, emails were text. No formatting, images or attachments. For alternative fonts, different colours and other spectacle, you turned to web pages.