April is the month of temperamental weather, St George and Browser London. Yep that’s right, Browser London are a solid feature of this April – well at least in Web Designer Magazine. We’ve been featured over a seven page spread in Web Designer Mag’s April edition: the article is a behind the scenes look into Browser [...]Continue reading “We’re Featured in Web Designer Mag”
We’re committed to sharing our experiences and knowledge; it helps us keep up to date with technology, and while we’re proud of our portfolio the best insight into our workflow can be found in this blog.
Last week saw the latest set of talks held in our office The Green Room. Shared with two other tech companies, The Green Room holds a ‘Third Thursday’ event every month and for March we ran a decidedly tech heavy event covering Test Driven Development and the lesser know Behaviour Driven Development. For those who missed [...]Continue reading “A Night of TDD and Full Stack BDD”
There’s no doubt that we’re experiencing increasing convergence between mobile OS/native app design and design on the web — they inform and influence each other. A good example of this is off canvas responsive navigation, a UI pattern seen in Facebook and Gmail’s native iOS apps that’s now finding its way onto the web. Apple, [...]Continue reading “The Emerging Web Aesthetic”
On his Green Room placement year, we have a chat with our php prodigy Alex Longshaw, and find out how he’s found his first couple of months in London town. How have your first few weeks at Browser been? Brilliant. It’s a great working and learning environment. On my first day there were three [...]Continue reading “Interview With Alex”
Updating our Facebook page recently, it occurred to me that almost all of the Facebook followers that are active on our page (that is, liking and commenting our posts, writing on our wall etc.) were our friends and not our clients. I suppose this is no surprise. Facebook is a place for friends to connect, and as much as [...]Continue reading “Facebook: A Waste Of Time For B2B Marketers?”
We recently created a design concept that takes its inspiration from Visit Wales, the Welsh tourist board. The task we set ourselves was simple: create a design for a responsive web approach that allows a site to be viewed on any sized screen without any clumsy squashing and over zealous zooming. Since the site would often be used [...]Continue reading “Visit Wales Design Concept”