The Tour of Wessex – 329 miles in 3 days. This is a belated blog post and as the event was so epic it seems a shame not to blog about it. Back in May Love Creative UK took part in a cycling event – The Tour of Wessex, with partners Step Success (we’re delivering… Read more »
We’ve been a little busy of late – embarking on mind boggling bike rides, designing and developing new websites and lots of email creatives. All of which has led us to neglect the blog for a while. So in an attempt to right this wrong, what follows over the next few days is what we… Read more »
We’re in need of a fresh and inventive junior web designer to join our small, kick-ass team. You’ll be working in an open-minded, casual, and professional environment with a couple of super friendly and helpful creative minds. You NEED to have: * A great, well-rounded portfolio of impressive, highly polished web designs * Fluent knowledge… Read more »
We’ve had a lot of interest over past few months and some of that interest has converted nicely into new clients, one of which is Hillgrove PR. After completing a few adhoc pieces (for Secret Millionaire – Mo Chaudry and Cad & The Dandy) we are pleased to say we have more in the pipeline.
Ok, so we have been asked by a client if we can import their site blog into their Facebook fan page. Well we’ve been mucking about with this and I think we have successfully imported ours into our FB page, actually this post is the test to see if this has worked…..
Apple appears to be researching 3D monitor displays, in which the user will be able to look around an object show on the screen. Apple seems to be proposing that a screen could change the perspective of the 3D objects based on the users’ relative position to their monitor. Said display would detect the user’s… Read more »
The Windows XP operating system often doesn’t have anti-aliasing turned on by default which means font display quality is not as good as it could be. However Microsoft has added the capability for font anti-aliasing (font smoothing) in Windows XP Service Pack 3. This is very easy to do. Just open up regedit (Start->run ->… Read more »
It’s finally here: Google Chrome for Mac is Available today in beta! Here are a few fun facts about the Google Chrome for Mac team: 73,804 lines of Mac-specific code written 29 developer builds 1,177 Mac-specific bugs fixed 12 external committers and bug editors to the Mac code, 48 external code contributors 64 Mac Minis… Read more »
Just a quick post to announce the launch of our new blog page. We wanted it to be more interactive that the old blog page so you can now leave comments on all our posts and we can set up polls which you can vote on. We will be updating this blog on regular basis… Read more »