Designers are curious people by nature, and maybe that’s what explains the neverending will to find new tools that will help them exteriorise ideas and best execute their craft. With that said, let’s talk about my experience with Sketch and how moving away from the classic CS pack can help to improve the design workflow.
Coding is a continuous learning experience and each project gives you the opportunity to learn some new techniques.
In one of my last projects, the client asked for a card based page with a vertical tracking line generated by a pin while scrolling down with the mouse.
The animation needed to be interrupted by the title of each card.
A client request came through asking for a webform block with “name” and “email address” fields that would pre-populate a full contact form on submission.
In the past we needed to do some custom code to achieve this, but with the aid of the Token module we can do this quickly with 2 webforms.
Coaching platform for leadership development and business culture change.
The Pathfinder programme provides performance insight and improvement to employees of organisations. The client was already working with clients such as IBM when we first began speaking with them.
I was at a meeting with a potential client the other day, looking at their five-year old site and found myself talking about the two seismic shifts in digital comms — mobile and social.
A site delivering multiple revenue streams for a well-known West-End gallery.
A popular art gallery in central London, Mall Galleries has a diverse offering of events, exhibitions, membership, art commissioning, education and venue hire. Their legacy site had grown organically on top of an outdated CMS and become cumbersome and difficult to restructure.