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Google Mobilegedden Aftermath

On July 1, 2015, Posted by , In web conversions and SEO, With Comments Off on Google Mobilegedden Aftermath

Back in March, Google announced that sites would soon be penalised in search results if they are not mobile friendly. From 21st April 2015, their algorithms changed and websites that are mobile friendly started to become higher ranked in research results that ones that are not. That was a couple…

Facebook Moments | Share Photos Privately

On June 16, 2015, Posted by , In social media,Uncategorized, With Comments Off on Facebook Moments | Share Photos Privately

What is Facebook Moments? With every man and his dog having a smartphone these days – the important moments in our lives are captured by our friends and we all know the struggle when trying to get the pictures from a night out that your friends have taken of you….

Is Direct Mail Making a Comeback?

On June 15, 2015, Posted by , In advertising,print, With Comments Off on Is Direct Mail Making a Comeback?

Gone are the days of mailing your customers actual letters. Digital direct mail is much more cost effective, fast and (most importantly) engaging. Or is it? Digital media has taken the marketing industry by storm, causing new, innovative, exciting and personal ways to shout about your business. However is it…

Laser Cut Sign for a Local Landmark

On June 10, 2015, Posted by , In design,print, With Comments Off on Laser Cut Sign for a Local Landmark

Two and a half years ago, Harry and Jill moved Kuka Studios out of Glasgow to the beautiful village of Lochwinnoch. Some people thought we were mad, but so far it’s worked out well for us! We get to do some really interesting bits of writing and design as well…

Place cards for an 80th Birthday!

On June 8, 2015, Posted by , In design,print, With Comments Off on Place cards for an 80th Birthday!

Remember I was telling you about the interesting work we get to do having our office in such an awesome little village? Well last week we got to design and print some placecards for Mrs. Barr’s 80th birthday celebrations! An amazing woman who is currently learning to play the drums…I…

How easy to pass are your passwords?

On May 28, 2015, Posted by , In online safety, With Comments Off on How easy to pass are your passwords?

With the recent news that online identity theft is at an all time high, We have decided to highlight a few ways to keep your password safe online with some useful tips and tricks in order to stay one step ahead of the hackers. Firstly, why not test your password?…

Size Matters

On May 27, 2015, Posted by , In social media, With Comments Off on Size Matters

In order to ensure your great visuals and pictures are fully visible and engaging there is so much for you to consider. Initially the image has to be appealing, it is also essential it depicts the message that you’re attempting to get across. Finally and most importantly is the size….

What’s their Face?

On May 21, 2015, Posted by , In social media, With Comments Off on What’s their Face?

Facebook have given the first sign as to what its plans are for WhatsApp messenger App it bought last year, and it looks exciting. Facebook, which acquired WhatsApp for $22 billion, has a grand plan to make Facebook Messenger a platform in its own right. The company said it would…

What is The Hamburger Icon!?

On May 18, 2015, Posted by , In design,Uncategorized,web development, With Comments Off on What is The Hamburger Icon!?

The hamburger icon has become a common symbol when visiting websites on our smartphones, tablets and even computers but what is it and what does it mean? It has become a staple of website design, even as I type it’s at the top right hand of my browser and it’s…

The Internet Explorer Succcessor Has Arrived

On May 8, 2015, Posted by , In kuka studios,Uncategorized,web development, With Comments Off on The Internet Explorer Succcessor Has Arrived

Following the demise of Internet Explorer, Microsoft have finally named a new browser – it’s called Microsoft Edge and here’s the low down on everything we know about it so far. There’s no arguing that at one point Internet Explorer was the leader in the world of browsers, however after…

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