Career Opportunity for an Intermediate Digital Designer

We are looking for a passionate, detail-oriented, hardworking professional with excellent communication skills to deliver leading edge design for a wide variety of projects and clients. Your time would be roughly split between web and mobile/tablet projects, working for both leading local and global brands. WHAT WILL YOU DO? Primary responsibili Continue reading

Career Opportunity for a Senior Digital Designer

We are looking for a passionate, detail-oriented, hardworking professional with excellent communication skills to deliver leading edge design for a wide variety of projects and clients. Your time would be roughly split between web and mobile/tablet projects, working for both leading local and global brands. We don't just do client work though, ther Continue reading

Blue Angels Site

This site was demo'd at the MIX11 conference showcasing the capabilities of HTML5 video, canvas and Silverlight, all working in perfect harmony in the super fast IE9 browser. Check this page out for the ability to flick between multiple camera angles in the same video footage. This is interesting, as I haven't seen this before. Wasn't this the Continue reading

Barcamp 2010 – The non D in the room

I thought I would write a quick rundown of my first Barcamp experience from the perspective of the non Developer or Designer in the room. I tried to hop around the talks to a variety of topics some of direct interest to my role in Marker and some quite new or challenging. First talk of the day was given by Peter McLennan. He was talking about his Continue reading

Notes from Semi Permanent

This Friday and Saturday, I was very lucky to attend an event aimed at inspiration. The event was Semi Permanent an annual event for Designers and Creatives. There were 12 speakers from NZ, Australia, USA and the UK. All masters of their own disciplines. Each lecture seemed to follow a similar system: what their interests and dreams were as a ki Continue reading

Accessibility – The Wheelchair Ramp to Your Website

Note: This article is republished from Practical eCommerce The original creator of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, dreamed of an information space that was open to everyone on the planet. But like many dreams, imagination took over and the vision became layered with roadblocks that effectively brought down the shutters for many users. Access Continue reading

Cold Dew Makes Hot Online Community

It’s that time of the year again when the Mountain Dew Road Tour hits all the great summer hot spots for fun, games and give aways. The Dew Trailer is cruising your favorite holiday hang out with a wicked prize pack up for grabs, including an Xbox360 console and heaps of games, a Samsung 37” LCD TV and a whole lot more. Of course they will Continue reading