Recent posts from Steve
It’s cold, wet and snowy; you’ve survived the ‘treacherous’ journey into work after being stuck behind the annoying 5mile an hour-ers. It’s taken you a good half hour to warm up in front of your computer screen and no-one has offered you a brew. Hurumphh! Continue reading
I’ve recently been reading The Art of Agile Development by James Shore and Shane Warde (again, sad I know!). I’ll maintain the fact that It’s remains to be a very good book that manages to cut through a pretty stale topic (sorry super fans!) in a very readable and, dare I say it, an enjoyable way. The book contains practical guidance for anyone considering to apply an Agile Methodology for web development and web design. Continue reading
A recent study found that Magento eCommerce continues to be the industry’s most popular platform with a massive 31% of the current market share.
Big Eye Deers would also like to take this opportunity to say a big welcome hello to our new addition to the team, Michaela Hinton.
Michaela will be settling into her role as Client Manager and running a tight ship as she ensures all projects are on course and ready to wow.
Make your own mind up on these amazing drawings on Wired. Whilst the skill level is awesome they’ve received a pretty mixed review…
And the awards goes on…que, drum roll
Signed up last week and i’ve been hooked since.
What is Glitch? We’ll it’s a massive multi-player social game built by the guys behind Flickr – and it’s all for free.
It’s one big connected world, and your smallest actions can have the most unimaginable consequences apparently. It’s fun and funny. It’s fresh and fantastic.
Sign up today and start exploring this mad new world…
But it reintroduces the coding issue for a lot of designers, who might not be crazy about hand-coding everything. That’s where Adobe Edge comes in.
Because Edge is currently only in preview-stage, it’s bound to have some bugs and feature limitations. With that said, it already includes twenty five built-in easing effects, and other features to get you started. No word on how much Edge will cost after the 150 day trial period ends.
The Edge interface looks similar to many of Adobe’s other programs for working with interactive content, like Premiere Pro or Flash. If you’re already familiar with these programs, the Edge interface should be pretty easy to adjust to. If not, there’s going to be a definite learning curve, but it’s still a relatively easy interface to figure out.
Go have a play…