Leeds is a city that’s truly buzzing with news of innovation, expansion, expertise and investment at the moment. Therefore, it’s with great pleasure that we can announce our involvement in two brilliant events that are taking place over the next couple of weeks that focus on our city’s growth and development, placing data at the heart of their discussions.
As we stand, responsive design is about techniques to make a website work across any device, but moves are afoot to take it even further.
A smartphone has fewer pixels on the screen and therefore requires different interactions to typical desktops or laptops. To prevent the need for multi-platform websites, responsive design works by cutting up sites, slicing them down and altering images to make them fit onto the user’s device.
There’s a method behind the madness of spelling incorrectly. Sometimes a situation dictates that you break the rules to create new ideas and meanings – but at what cost?
You might have heard on the grapevine that Google have been working a new image format- the imaginatively named WebP. For those of you that aren’t in the know, WebP is based on the VP8 video codec and search engine mogul Google is reporting that the image format is able to achieve a compression rating that’s between 30% and 80% higher than conventional JPEG’s. Pretty impressive, non?
Now then! I’m Rich, and I love words. I love biscuits too, but I think I love words more. Just. So you can imagine my delight when I joined Bloom in April to be their Content Manager, which gave me the chance to do what I loved – to work with words.
Back in the heady days when I first started “doing” SEO, things were simple. There was a constant stream of new ideas and updates that emerged as best practice.
Despite graduating in 2009, a few weeks ago I found myself packing up my school bag and my lunch box and going back to university. Before you ask, no, I’m not heading back into the world of student loans, dirty takeaways and all-night library sessions – those days are well and truly behind me!
We’re extremely excited to announce that the new website for LA fitness has just gone live. It provides the gym chain with a complete new member acquisition service online. The website integrates directly with the membership sign-up service which was designed and developed by Bloom and rolled out online and in club kiosks at the end of last year.