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My name is Andrew Musgrove and in the first week on November 2016 I had the pleasure of doing work experience at Scribblevision. I have just finished year 12 at Lavalla Collage and design area of work is where I am most interested in and want to get more experience...
I often hear people say “my website doesn’t work how I expected”. Well the question I ask is “what exactly were you expecting of your website”. For our small and medium business customers the answer is, most often, “to generate sales or leads”. So what are the most...
In the last year specifically we have noticed an influx of attacks on open source content management systems such as WordPress or Joomla.
Does this mean these CMS platforms are unsecure?
Not in the slightest!
Does this mean these CMS platforms need regular maintenance to ensure they stay protected?
For the love of god yes!!!
Finding it hard to sleep at night? Restless in bed then having trouble waking up the next day?
If your smart phone or your laptop is your night-time companion, then chances are it’s impacting on your sleep.
Oi! Have your heard? There’s a brand new mag being put together by Gippslanders, for Gippslanders, right here in this vast, green region of ours.
Oi magazine, to be published six times a year, is the creation of Phillip Island journalist and publisher Roy Fleming. The first edition, launched on December 26, demonstrates what Roy promises will be the key focus of Oi: people.
Yep people – the relationships they share, the communities they build, their achievements and their trials, their glory and their pain – is the focus of the first edition.
Gippsland resident Penny Bryer fell in love with the spectacular Atlas mountains and striking desert of Morocco in 2013. After visiting again in 2014 and 2015, Penny decided she had to share the wonder and adventure of Morocco with others.
Year 10 Trafalgar High School student Abbey Stanway, an emerging artist, joined Scribblevision for a week’s work experience. Here’s her take on agency life – a world where art and tech collide. And, as she quickly learns, that’s a beautiful thing.
It started at the dining table in Megan Vitale’s Traralgon home.
“I sat down with mum, it was January the 8th and I said to her it has to be done, we have got to do this,” Megan says.
“And now it’s happening.”
Yes, everyone is online these days. A business website is considered a marketing must and is a useful tool for extending your brand, broadening your customer reach and providing more purchasing options for existing customers.
Our new recruit Georgia Hunt likes a challenge. She took that attitude to Queensland, right after leaving school, as an Australian Army recruit.
For the first three months she lived in a barracks in Wagga Wagga with 40 other people, sharing a room and undergoing intense physical training.
Trucks, trenchers, earth-moving equipment … there’s definitely a demographic that’s going to get all hot under the collar at the thought of all that horsepower. And looking at Maffra Trenching & Boring’s new website, well you’d have to be a fossil not to agree with it.
We’re all hooked on social media. It generates discussion and interaction in the brew room and it’s a great way to build your brand and engage customers. But in paying so much attention to social media, we tend to forget the power of email.
Look around, you have competitors, whatever your business offers. But chances are your competition doesn’t have an email strategy. That’s an opportunity! And here are six reasons why email should be a key component of your digital marketing campaign.
The story behind the founding of the Crocka Foundation is heart-wrenching. Metaphorically and literally.
David ‘Crocka’ Williams, a Churchill Football Netball Club legend, husband to Kylea, father of three, businessman and athlete, was 35 when, on New Year’s Day 2011, he died after suffering cardiac arrest – a heart attack – at home.
We like happy.
In all forms, happiness is one of those wonderful emotions we just can't get enough of. And nothing much surpasses the happiness that engulfed the studio last Friday, when we presented a group of eight excited boys with brand new Basketball uniforms, personalised player cards, posters and gift bags.
We’ve been lucky enough this week to host work experience student and Traralgon teen Jordan Duncan, who’s shown a keen interest in design and animation. Here’s his take on five days in the Scribblevision studio – or as he puts it, his super sensational Scribblevision experience.
There’s something freaky about this photo, and it’s not just that it’s the boss’s face. What is it, can you guess?
The image above, the one of Scribblevision founder Phill Mackie, shows the effect of using a high resolution image at 100% of it’s original size (left half of the image) in comparison to enlarging a low-resolution image (right half of the image). What are we talking about?
We’re happy to say that we’ve added a splash of colour to Hotham Street this week. Must be the spring air!
Yep the Scribblevision studio signage has been installed, ensuring our distinctive brand is visible from the kerb, the footpath and local cafe. There’s no way anyone’s going to miss us now!
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