Last Monday we were lucky to have a delegation from China visit the Creative Exchange which included representatives from the Beijing Municipal Commission of Commerce and the Zhong-Guan-Cun Digital Content Industries Association (DCIA). We were invited to a round table discussion with 6 other Edinburgh-based creative digital companies: SME Professional, MyDex, Elevate You, Dave Sapien Ltd/Me and the giants, Anarkik 3D and HeeHaw Digital.
We’ve been busy bees here at Border Crossing Media moving to our new office, building a responsive design website for ourselves and much, much more….
It’s supposed to be the first week of spring and whilst the temperature is still dancing around zero degrees the conference and networking season is starting to warm-up. There are plenty of events to pick from but we’ve put together a list of our favourites: Continue reading
‘The Joy of UX’ is a Drum Magazine Special Report that was published last month. The guide features the UK’s leading practitioners, including our own François Roshdy, discussing the latest developments and how UX Design is a key component in business strategy today. Continue reading
We’ve just launched Party Bees new branding, packaging and ecommerce store. This full-service project has overhauled every touch point customer’s have with the company.
Throughout the project we’ve collaborated with the truly amazing Jessie Earle (Branding & Design) and Ben Pearce (Illustration). We can’t recommend these guys highly enough, they’re simply brilliant at what they do!
On Saturday 15th of October direct messages were sent out from unsuspecting accounts due to a Twitter hacking virus. We took these steps to protect our accounts.
The founder of Cuba Casa, knew how hard it was to book casa (hostel) accommodation in Cuba online. He wanted to change this and make booking a casa in Cuba a simple and painless experience. To do this, substantial communication and technical infrastructure issues unique to Cuba would have to be overcome. The company founder asked us to help him navigate the process of starting an online business. Continue reading
Organisations that operate online should be well aware of the revision to the EU’s Privacy and Electronic Communication Directive. The changes dictate that “explicit consent” must be gathered from web users who are being tracked via “cookies“. This was supposed to come into effect on the 26th of May.