Entries from June 2010

World Cup Chart

June 11th, 2010 · Adam · No Comments

Have you run out of blu-tack? Has you daily newspaper forgotten to provide you with a world cup chart? Well if that is this case, try this.

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World Cup Tournament Balls

June 9th, 2010 · Adam · No Comments

Chile 1962

Take a trip down memory lane and look at the official World Cup balls.

No CommentsTags: Science & Technology

BW launch first HTML5 website

June 9th, 2010 · Ric · 4 Comments

With the launch of The Test Market website we have deployed our first website written in HTML5 — the new standard for creating dynamic, accessible websites and ‘webapps’. HTML is the structure of web pages and version five offers a lot of new features such as embedding video and audio without Flash, new form controls, the ability to create images and graphics with the web browser and build rich applications for computers and mobile devices. Combined with CSS3 (used for styling websites) it is going to revolutionise the web. The Test Market website takes advantage of of this emerging technology to offer a richer experience for both users and content creators.

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4 CommentsTags: Clients · Design · News · Science & Technology · Web

Welcome to The Perfect Test Market

June 9th, 2010 · Steve · 1 Comment

After several months of research, content development and building the product offering, we are extremely pleased to announce the launch of our new service: The Test Market. What is the Test Market? Read more

1 CommentTags: Advertising · Branding · Design · Media Spot · News · Packaging · Web

Google World Cup Goal

June 8th, 2010 · Ric · No Comments

Google have a fun World Cup Easter Egg. Search for World Cup and scroll down…

No CommentsTags: Web

New member of staff

June 4th, 2010 · Edward · 3 Comments

Ed has just joined Betley Whitehorne to supplement the busy development team. He has been working for the States of Guernsey for the last five years as a software engineer and is now looking forward to developing some cutting edge websites and applications. Some of the technologies that have piqued his interest include HTML5, CSS3, Ajax, Objective-C and Garlando.

3 CommentsTags: News · Web

Logos — Rest In Peace

June 4th, 2010 · Paul · No Comments

Logo RIP bookLogoRIP.com is a great little website commemorating the death of some of the world’s most iconic logos. The site shows the logos on gravestones along with the year of their creation and departure from the world, and in most cases the name of the designer. I especially like the book of condolences which allows visitors to leave comments, most of which are very opinionated!

The website complements a 192 page hardback book by The Stone Twins available to buy from the publisher BIS.

logo grave stone

No CommentsTags: Branding · Design