Tag Archive: 'design'
So you are looking for advice, but what will bad advice cost you? It may be worth paying the extra to be sure you are getting qualified expert advice, rather than cheap or free advice from someone. Bad advice won’t just cost you earnings for your business, but it will make you look bad as […]
Earlier this year whilst attending the Sydney Semi-Permanent conference, I was able to meet and chat with Mark Blondel from Where There’s Smoke, this is just a little Q&A he agreed to do with desktop. You might not know the Where There’s Smoke (WTS) name, but you will probably recognise some of their work. You can see their show reel on their website, and you would be surprised just what has come out of the WTS office on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
The real meaning behind your job titles… A tongue-in-cheek description of the jobs within the studio or agency. Or perhaps they are a totally accurate depiction of what is in store for the unwary!
Quick Response Codes: a great tool for sending additional information to a user. The drawback is that not everyone knows what they are, how to access them or like me, needs to be given a very compelling reason to get my phone out, fire up the QR Code scanner app and then scan the code.
The idea has plenty of potential in that it is not just an encoded URL link but can also entail a person’s contact details – scanning it adds user or company contact details into your address book on your phone.