Entries from July 2010

The Art of Analog Computing

July 6th, 2010 · Ric · No Comments

Ever wondered how a design agency does it’s work? This fantastic video by Meltmedia explains all.

“The premise of this short film is to represent the digital tools and interfaces we use daily in an analog way. In the analog office, your computer desktop becomes your actual desk, your inbox gets flooded with Spam cans, the server runs past you multiple times a day (and perhaps crashes every now and then), and Twitter users follow each other around the space. This concept is essentially just for fun but also reminds us just how digitally connected we all are.”

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Designer Footprints in Guernsey

July 6th, 2010 · Chris · No Comments

Spotted recently at Pembroke Beach, Guernsey, Channel Islands – a better class of footprint!

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Lego foosball table

July 5th, 2010 · Ric · No Comments

This project combines several offices favourites, Lego, foosball, computers and small furry rodents! The custom built table uses Lego WeDo sensors to automatically update the score after a goal and the balls tumble down a cleverly designed ball return mechanism. One of the benefits of using Lego is you can change the team kit, in the above photo we can see a team of Dutch builders — however the official ITSF say no hats are to to be worn whilst playing table football. Be sure to check out the video that’s filmed in super slow motion after the read more link.

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2010 Victor Hugo Music Festival website launched

July 1st, 2010 · Ric · No Comments

This year we took the opportunity to give the Victor Hugo Music Festival a refresh. The site has been totally rebuilt in HTML 5 and this gave us the chance to make it wider and easier to use more visually appealing.

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No CommentsTags: Clients · Design · Music · News · Victor Hugo Music Festival · Web