Icons of desktop, tablet and mobile devices, with a background of red flaming horses

21 April 2015

Mobilegeddon: Why has my Google ranking dropped?

Are you wondering why has my Google ranking dropped? Well the internet, like New York City, never sleeps. It keeps growing and to the frustration of marketers everywhere it keeps evolving.

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Abstract illustration of a face with glasses, and rodent nose and money ears

2 February 2015

Totem Poll is presented within Come Out Children’s Festival 2015.

Proudly, today, we launched a self initiated project, supported by Come Out Children's festival 2015 — Totem Poll.

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1 November 2014

David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive

Engaging iPad apps, David Attenborough documentaries and museums, throw in some raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens and you’ll have a list of some of my favourite things. So seldom it is that so many of my favourite things converge that when they do I feel compelled to write about it.

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TotemPoll logo - Letters that reach above the x-height are very long to reference the tall height of a totem pole

10 October 2014

Totem Poll – a fun, magical and meaningful interactive art project

Our exciting new project Totem Poll will have it’s world premiere at the 2015 Come Out Children’s Festival in Adelaide. Especially created for young people between the ages of 8 – 12. We hope that it will be enjoyed by people of all ages.

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Holding a 'estimote' beacon - a palm sized geometric plastic shape

17 April 2014

iBeacons – lightbulbs for our phones

If you have an iPhone or a high-end Android phone you’re going to be experiencing beacons in the next 12 to 18 months, maybe a lot sooner. Useful, terrifying or just very annoying? You decide.

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Looking down a a stairwell with lots of plumbing

17 February 2014

Why your inaccessible website is like the HMS Belfast

The HMS Belfast is one of the largest and most powerful light cruisers ever built. After being retired in 1963 the Belfast is now permanently docked in the middle of London, and acts as a museum. Last year we spent a day exploring the Belfast, climbing up its tight ladders and ducking under the overhead beams, and as we did so an analogy came to me. This ship is a grand example of an inaccessible website come to life, and a great case for making accessibility a goal regardless of your organisation's current priorities.

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