Display images in a live feed using a smartphone, a few apps and a Mac. A couple of people asked me how it was achieved so I thought I’d write a quick post on it. There’s nothing big or clever here, just a few smart apps and a bit of tweaking.
1 June 2012, 10:56
So that lovely lady, the Queen. The one with the posh hats who has been understated, wise and, well, regal for 60 years. As such we’re all going to have a bit of fun at some point this weekend and probably have long ones (unless you work in a shop, where you’ll be working & expecting customers to celebrate by buying stuff).
But this weekend also marks my own little Jubilee of sorts. I guess anniversary is more accurate, but I feel a celebration is in order!
26 May 2012, 23:56
A touch off beat but something I really can’t recommend enough if you’re anywhere near Nottingham before the end of next weekend.
The Lakeside Arts Centre within the University of Nottingham run an annual children’s art festival named the Wheee! Festival.
25 May 2012, 14:03
A new Friday post that should appear updated weekly with some of my latest images taken or uploaded during the last 7 days. Images will be both business based and personal and will hopefully give you an insight into me!
22 May 2012, 10:56
There’s a deadline looming. A pretty big one in the online world. One you may or may not be aware of?
In the internet circles I swim, you’d think the world is about to end.
16 May 2012, 09:24
This job title got me thinking about websites.
Mainly how cross you’d be a a business if your website was as wasteful as these non jobs seem.
4 May 2012, 08:01
If you’re in the UK, you can’t avoid “The Bard” at the minute, that is if you read, listen to the radio or watch telly.
He’s dead of course, but were he not, he’d be 448 and I guess he would be some kind of medical guinea pig to see why he lasted so long!
27 April 2012, 15:33
Before I point the finger, hands up, I’ve done it too.
Yep, along with the hoards of a new generation of mobile phone users, whilst walking down the street, I too have almost bumped into the bloke coming the other way because I’ve had my head down starring at my smart-phone.
10 April 2012, 10:37
I’ve been looking over the shoulder of all those iOS Instagram users fr some time, hoping the hipster app would make it’s way to Android sooner rather than later. Maybe it was the engaged community or apparent cool factor, I’m not sure but I wanted to be able to try it out.
So last week Instagram launched their Android app and I downloaded it that morning. I’m sure it’s coincidence and not because I signed up, but Facebook bought Instagram (for a measly 1 billion dollars, not bad for a 2 year old company that’s yet to turn a profit).
6 April 2012, 08:45
I really like Easter, it beats Christmas hands down in my books.
It moves for a start, keeping folks on their toes and making it a bit of a cheeky celebration. When it’s really early it makes the last throes of Winter most pleasant.
But Christmas you see is a big supporter of the Cult of Too Much.
29 March 2012, 23:10
So I made myself a weak excuse to get out of the studio this afternoon and walk around Belper taking a bunch of pictures. It’s a quite remarkable little town once you look above the shop signs, some excellent buildings.
The March sunshine made things exceptionally pleasant, barely a cloud in the sky and quite barmy temperatures…
27 March 2012, 12:11
I love it when stuff jumps from the web into the real world. It’s great when I receive an email from my website with an inquiry, but it’s even better when someone picks up the phone and calls me.
I means I have persuaded visitors to call using just the text and pictures on my site.
7 March 2012, 10:06
Whenever I receive a delivery of brochures, leaflets or anything printed my heart rate increases. I love to see my designs in print, I can’t wait to get the box opened and see how it’s come out.
There’s another reason that you might be a bit nervous to open that box of brochures, you might be a little worried to see if you missed any errors when the printer sent you a proof. That assumes you received a proof, which you may not have if you chose a budget on-line printer.
At ValueLicensing we have a very technical and unique product to sell, which is certainly not easy to market and promote. Therefore my brief to Kieran was a complex and challenging one, as we had never had sales collateral designed before. Kieran was incredibly professional, efficient and creative in finding the right solution and imagery for our small business messages. His attention to detail and skills were very apparent, and we will certainly be using his services again for other design projects!
Head of Sales and Purchasing
Michael Judd - Value Licensing
A logo could cost anywhere from nothing to a six-figure sum and over!
You’re not here to be given a huge ballpark figure, so, along with an idea to be more succinct and direct, logo design starts from £500.
A review of 2017 in logos.
How to make sure you design for your audience, told by two very different Christmas flyers.
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