Lead developer Ade Attwood has moved on to pastures new after 6 years with us. As has now become tradition and as it is a rare event, one last show and tell from Ade. Enjoy!
So here it is – 2021. A year of lockdowns, mockdowns and a really big one in terms of workload, projects and dare we say success.
Its the time of year for celebrations, with big shout outs for our very own George and Alex whose graduation ceremonies happened within the last week.
It is our designer Anna’s last week here at Practically, and she was made to do a show and tell of her time with us. We thought it was rather cool that, firstly, she created it as a web page, and secondly the way she represented her time here. Enjoy!
It doesn’t happen often that some of our work appears on mass media, so please excuse our blatant plugging.
Last week Sam was invited to do the weekly chat with the lovely folks from Re-Tribe as part of Elephant and Castle’s What’s On Hub.
It has been a busy summer for us here since March 2020. Here are just some of the design-led projects that we have completed in this time. Adapted from a show and tell presentation by Anna and Sam.
Any DJ would turn grey if presented with the mix of music we like to listen to at Practically towers. Not that we think our taste would be bad - it...
We have been lucky to be taking part in this year’s DXA awards, judging in the Best Website category, with criteria being very much about effectiveness.
See under the hood of how we created the artwork for our new website. Spoilers – it was really good fun.
Our Practically bi-weekly quizzes. So why not get some inspiration or even borrow from us. Here are some highlights of our quiz rounds.
Here I sit, as do you, in my home office space. Constantly on Zoom / Skype / GoogleChat / Slack / Insert client’s chosen comms method here, with colleagues as well as clients. Then nipping out to the corner of the garden in order to get that phone signal…
A wonderful day canoeing and larking about on the beautiful river Wye. Photos from the day of all the team, though none of the kingfisher that we all saw…
Sam was part of a week long trip to Berlin with the students from University of Worcester, visiting the many museums, studios and, er, pubs.
The word ‘phenotype’ is a biological term and is best explained by examining the differences between the ‘phenotype’ and ‘genotype’ of living organisms…