Using responsive SVG designs you can create a timeline that works for every device and brings your journey to life.
Last week while I was reading about the implementation of Dark Mode onto the Guardian’s website (because that is genuinely how I spend my time) and I noticed this little “quick guide” that appeared within the article. The Guardian has realised that writing this kind of content will attract people like me, and people like… Continue reading Adding a recruitment message into Corporate content
Facebook are offering $100 million dollars in support for small businesses that are between 2-50 people in size and have been running for at least 12 months. At the moment the funds are only available to businesses based within the US but you can include you business email and country of residence and signup to… Continue reading Boost your business during Covid-19 with this Facebook programme
If your graphs don’t visually illustrate the percentages associated with them I literally stop listening to the point being made. It’s often not the speakers fault, and I don’t consciously stop listening up in my high horse, I just get so caught up in the inaccuracy that I can’t focus on what’s being said.
One of my amazing colleagues wrote an article on a new form of Careers Website that is ready to launch right now (at least according to this article). Now let me be super clear: We produce some of the best Careers sites in the market using the tools/tech that is currently available in the wild.… Continue reading Semi-sentient, voice-first, dynamic websites are (not) coming anytime soon
Yesterday I noticed a little icon in the menu bar on my Microsoft Outlook with the label “Insights” underneath it. I’m a sucker for any kind of analytical data. In the past, I’ve run Rescue Time to keep an eye on what I’m doing when I don’t know I’m doing it. I use Toggl to… Continue reading Insights in Microsoft Outlook
This week I’m going to be jumping on a train and heading up to the beautiful Lake District in the UK where I’ll be participating in the Ant Middleton 24 Hour Live Challenge. Fortunately for everyone, and especially me, I’m not actually taking part in the challenge itself as a contender, but instead I’ll be… Continue reading Ant Middleton 24 Hour Live Challenge
The answer will be revealed below…. AA – Ant Middleton – ‘Very Soon’ – Ready For Anything Adventure film from TMP Worldwide UK on Vimeo.
Today I had my work machine upgraded from a Dell laptop to the MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2018, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports) running Mojave 10.14.5 with the touch bar. I have heard a lot of bad things about this laptop when compared against the current personal laptop I have, and late 2013 Mac Book Pro. So… Continue reading New Mac Book Pro
The Tmp recce. The base Patchy 3G connection 4×4 course 3G coverage about 50% Able to stream live to instagram Possibly not the most exciting start Possible drone footage The lake great 3G connection Access to FTP for updates. Good stream to instagram Live stream worked well Abseiling Wonderful location Zero signal, no chance of… Continue reading Recce