Branding, photography and device responsive website for GRP - Global Risk Partners - the site scales across devices, from mobile to desktop grpgroup.co.uk.
Device responsive website launched for EPU - European Property Underwriting - epul.co.uk.
Website design & development for Kamis Russia - kamis-pripravy.ru/. Mobile version and desktop version.
Website design & development for Thai Kitchen in Switzerland - thaikitchen.ch. Mobile version and desktop version.
Website launched for JAR - Part of Londonewcastle Group - JAResidential.co.uk.
New multilingual website launched - Senderos.co.uk.
Easy to use on a mobile browser - Mobile version of Schwartz.co.uk site launched m.schwartz.co.uk.
New Website launched - www.schwartz.co.uk. Including new functionality.
Website launched - www.familyofficereview.com. Branding, Design and Development by Internetwork. The site has full editorial content management as well as subscriber administration and advertising management modules. Integrated with PDFLib to enable the generation of PDF newsletter content.
This is a slightly scary Talk given by Kevin Slavin to TED called: How algorithms shape our world. He warns that we are writing code we can't understand, with implications we can't control.Click here to view
Check out this keynote speech which analyses the current hardware sector and details the future of content delivery across all devices. Really interesting (if quite Apple Centric!). HTML5 and implications for content delivery. Click here to view Elevation Partners Director and Co-Founder Roger McNamee - The Paley Center For Media
Google themselves have been very quiet on this issue and I guess are waiting for this to be challenged through the courts but under strict interpretation of the law it is worth erring on the side of caution.
So best way to do this is probably to follow the ICO website example whereby they throw up a lightbox with opt-in text and the analytics code only appears in the source code of the page if the user clicks to accept.
Brands are not allowed to run competitions on Facebook property such as "liking" an item on a Facebook wall or even tagging competitions on photos. All facebook competitions must be run through "App" pages which are designated as not being on "Facebook property".
Bottom line, Facebook doesn’t want any explicit involvement in ANY of your contests. It’s all about liability, and the Facebook promo guidelines are designed to distance the social network from whatever companies and bloggers do with their contests.
Here are the guidelines,