Making the most of your client’s inbox.

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by Nick Lee

We have spoken before about the benefits of responsive design with our post last summer outlining 5 core benefits of this design technique.  The post focused on responsive websites which are considered to be a standard deliverable at Gilroy across the majority of


Move over Bing, Yahoo - its videos time to shine

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by James Delves


Pheed your eyes on this

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by Anna Francis

You have heard of Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, how about Pheed?


Why the infographic is leading the pack

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by James Delves

Infographic


Is the iPhone 5 still fit to wear the crown?

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by Gary Cottington

So I’m sure by now most of you are sick of reading articles on the latest addition to the Apple family, the much anticipated iPhone 5. At Gilroy we have lots of toys or as we refer to them – ‘tech’. If there’s a new product or service available, you can guarantee someone has bought or downloaded it. Our clients love it and we get to play – sorry, experiment with them. With this in mind I thought I’d give you all a firsthand analysis of the new iPhone... electronic warts n’ all.


Typeface is to text what voice is to speech

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by Phill

The typefaces we choose will have a dramatic impact on the tone and emotion of the messages we present.


Designer must haves?

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by Tony Morrisen

It’s twice the price and does practically the same thing as the cheaper one on the shelf below. So what is the allure to the latest designer brands?

Perhaps you want to be an individual, stand out from the crowd or even make yourself feel just that little bit special. The fact is you might not be as unique as you think. In reality, even the most costly items are mass produced, perhaps to a lesser scale but made in their millions nevertheless.


Nokia Lumia launch

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by James Delves

Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for coming tonight to witness this clash of the Titans. In the red corner we have Apple, the undefeated champion. In the blue corner we have Nokia and Microsoft hungry to claim the no.1 spot. The rules are simple no biting, kicking and lets cut out the patent wars in court please. Ok, let’s get ready to ruuuumbllllllleeeeee.


Amazing Olympic Fact

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by Katy

Yes yes – I was one of the 20 million or so who shed a tear of joy when the Olympics opened and who marvelled at the most amazing son et lumière of the Opening Ceremony in the main stadium.

However I was amazed to read in the Saturday Telegraph that the remarkably 640,000 pixel display created by the individual LED bank of lights at each seat was controlled by ONE. SINGLE.  COMPUTER.!


Shameless Beauty | Art of Kinetik

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by Matt Neal

Here at Gilroy, we constantly strive to be as creative as we can and one of the ways we do that is to seek inspiration from others. Well, here's some inspiration for you, this luxury speed boat is called Antagonist and is designed and built by Art of Kinetik.


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