Yesterday, we gave a presentation to visitors in the Digital Marketing ‘POD’ at the Business in Oxford 2015 conference. The talk focussed on Near Field Communication and touched on ways NFC can be used during events to capture useful data on your audience.
Yep, you heard correctly. The massively popular creative networking group has branched out to Oxfordshire! We rejoice as we join the creative ranks alongside London, New York, Birmingham, Beijing, Brighton, Edinburgh, Auckland, Stockholm and Leeds.
No, not the delicious treat, we’re talking about the simplified mini computer that’s roughly the size of a credit card. The Pi – developed in the UK – has been a great success and over 2.5 million units have been shipped (as of February 2014). Now we’ve got one and we want to do something fun with it.
At Hutchhouse we have been using an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) called Eclipse. It is a solid application and has performed well for us. However, a few of the developers in the office were keen to try an alternative text editor – Sublime Text. Having road tested the application we have made the switch. Read-on to find out why.
Having moved into Milton Park earlier this year we’ve had our heads down, cracking on with our work and generally settling in. However, it soon occurred to us that there wasn’t a massive amount of creative ‘get togethers’ happening on the Park so we decided that the only thing to do was to create our own.
Responsive Web Design is the latest buzz-word when it comes to designing and developing websites. It’s not a completely new thing, and most agencies worth their salt will have been rolling out responsive websites for a while now, but it’s fast becoming standard practice so if you are a business owner planning to get a new website then you need to know about it.
Twitter’s popular framework recently celebrated it’s second birthday, and what better way to celebrate than Bootstrap 3 with a refreshed UI, an improved grid system and a whole raft of other tweaks and updates.