Yep, there’s some sadness about the place this week. By the first weekend in March, we’ll have shut the doors at Scribblevision’s Riverslea Boulevard studio.
For eight years from this address Scribblevision founder Phill Mackie and his team have turned out cutting-edge design, eloquent content and websites that are dynamic, beautiful and a breeze to navigate.
Open the door to new business with a new website. Valley Windows did!
Window and door manufacturers with more than 30 years in the industry, extensive networks and a considerable reputation regionally as well as in the big smoke, Valley Windows took the opportunity to update its online presence by hiring Scribblevision to build an updated website.
If you’re anything like me, there are aspects of the web developer’s job description that read like another language. You want some examples? Well how about PHP, Java, C++, HTML, MySQL. Need I go on?
But for our new front-end web developer Rushmila “Moon” Islam, it’s a language that presents no translation difficulties.
It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you our newest staff member Rony Rahman, unashamed Friends junkie and political drama obsessive. Oh, and did we also mention that he has a PhD in computer science with the University of NSW?
Rony has joined the Scribblevision team as a website developer, where he will put his superior technical skills to use building clever, innovative, cutting-edge websites and applications that are as user-friendly on your mobile and tablet as on your PC.
In less than 24 hours IKEA’s promo of its 2015 catalogue, a parody of Apple marketing and a tilt at the digital age, has had more than 150,000 views on social media channel YouTube.
The promo engages because it recognises the yearning for the simple and the tangible – a real, printed product catalogue that you can see and feel and smell, the stuff of yesteryear. Anyone out there who knows the frustration of a dozen different passwords, content management and mobile plan comparisons will utter a definitive UH-HUH at this point.