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How can we support informal learning?

If you needed to find out how to perform a simple task, like tie a tie, or check the oil level in your car, where would you look for instructions? More and more, the answer to these ‘just in time’ needs is becoming YouTube or Google – which are essentially methods of informal learning. You

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3 Things you can’t control about your eLearners

The widespread growth of eLearning has changed the way we learn in many respects. While we may have a say in what we are teaching online, there are some aspects of an individual’s learning experience which we simply can’t control. Here are a few ways to help shape your eLearning to accommodate today’s busy learners.

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3 Things you can’t control about your eLearners

T he widespread growth of eLearning has changed the way we learn in many respects. While we may have a say in what we are teaching online, there are some aspects of an individual’s learning experience which we simply can’t control. Here are a few ways to help shape your eLearning to accommodate today’s busy

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New Website – Anna Louise DC

Well 2020 has been an…interesting year!  Business card sales are non-existent, and we haven’t made a banner for an exhibition in a while, but we  have been busy bees upgrading websites, building elearning courses and designing brands for shiny new companies…so busy that we forget to shout about it!  So here is a recent site

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Three Ways to Refresh Your Organisation’s Learning Approach

We are all guilty of getting stuck in routines or ruts; at Kuka, we’ve found that this is often true of organisations and their approach to learning. It’s easy for us to keep doing something a certain way because ‘that’s how we’ve always done it’ or because it’s the path of least resistance. Here are

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What is Visual Commerce and Why Should I care?

This is a term we’ve been asked about a lot recently, and the subject online is unspeakably dry so here is our super short guide to Visual Commerce. What is Visual Commerce? In a nutshell, it’s upgrading the usual images and visuals you would use on your site.  This could be: using 360 degree photos/videos

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What are Stories and How do I use them?

Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram all use ‘Stories’ in some form or another, but should we use them, and if so, how do we use them for a business? Stories started on Snapchat all the way back in 2013 as a showcase of photos and videos for you to share with all of your friends.  The

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New Website – Bridge of Weir Primary School

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Bridge of Weir Primary School, so what better time to launch a new website? We worked with the teachers, parents and children to create a new website, and special gold logo, to help mark the occasion, and keep everyone in the community up to date with the great

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New Website – John Miller Construction

Local building firm, John Miller Construction is in high demand, so it was important that we took up as little of their time as possible when we were carrying out their branding and website project.  From designing a new logo, to writing content and developing the website, we undertook as much of the work as

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What makes a good business card?

When we took stock of all the projects we did last year, Kuka Studios printed more business cards than any year before – so we thought it was a good opportunity to offer some tips on what our clients like and dislike about business card designs…and maybe dispel some myths… A business card is supposed

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Happy Birthday Kuka!

On Friday 15th December 2008, Kuka Studios became a real, proper company.  We had been trading as individuals for 2 years before that, but we’ve always counted this big step as our birthday.  We’ve come a long way in the last 11 years – literally when we moved from Glasgow, to Renfrewshire; and figuratively with

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