Farewell to the Manor

News 30 March 2012 by Nia
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Not terribly good at goodbyes – so a little post to say thank you very much to the We Love team.

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Typographic dating

Inspiration 28 March 2012 by Nathan
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I love a game. Learning is always fun when there is one involved. This was the case a few months ago with Kerntype. Everyone in the studio got involved and gained better understanding of kerning typography.

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Responsive Web Design

Labs 22 March 2012 by Steve
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Following on from our previous predictions from the start of 2012, I thought I would take a look at what else has been making some noise in recent months.

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How can ebook’s make you part with that hard earned cash

Opinion 15 March 2012 by SIM CITY
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The war has been and gone, and ‘digital’ has slain ‘print’ and in turn won the publishing battle. Small skirmishes still take place in certain publishing niches, but digital has all but won. Certainly in the eyes of big business and major publishers, digital just makes financial sense they cost less to produce can be easily stored, have a smaller eco footprint and can help little known publishers and authors reach markets previously unreachable. Rather than an customer from a remote part of indonesia unable to get a book shipped to them, they can now simple download the book almost instantly from amazon.

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Reinventing publishing and the way people learn

Opinion 14 March 2012 by Melissa
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Today I stumbled across San Francisco-based company, Inkling. They make interactive textbooks (smartbooks) for the iPad.

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HTML5? Or Native?

Opinion 12 March 2012 by Ironman
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Are you thinking about a mobile solution for your website? In this two part article I will explain the basics of the technology approaches available and what you should consider in your decision making…

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