Monthly Archives: September 2009

What are Motion Graphics?

30 September 2009
The term motion graphics seems very self explanatory, graphical communication that incorporates movement over time, but it encompasses a multitude of different areas of design. Film, digital video, moving type, traditional cel and stop-motion animation and 3d elements can all be used individually or together by a designer to create motion graphics. The use of a time frame allows a designer to potentially convey a lot more than is in a single...
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Launching a New Brand

30 September 2009
An integral part of any new business launch is marketing your product or service to the right target audience. Marketing, as well as attracting new customers to your business can also help to spread the word about your new startup, attracting attention from new suppliers, new investors and new business partners. The quality and the reach of your initial marketing campaigns can often mean the difference between a comfortable first year and a...
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How to deal with Spam

27 September 2009
The spammers face a never-ending battle against those who would like to protect us from the barrage of junk mail. Internet Service Providers are increasingly fighting the spam battle on the behalf of their users, adding spam filters and virus checkers so that much of the detritus email bound for your email inbox never makes it. It’s a sad fact though that the spammers are a motivated bunch and so certain items of junk mail will find their...
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Win a £2000+ SEO setup with Fluid Creativity

24 September 2009
Here at Fluid Creativity we've been busy working on our new website, it's taken us lots of time and hard work to get this far. To celebrate the launch of the new site we've got an SEO package to give away to one lucky winner. All you have to do is take a look at the new website, which went live on Monday 28th of September, and leave a comment right here on this blog post telling us what you think of it. We're really keen to get feedback on...
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Getting Zend certified using Teach 2000, amazon and test exams

22 September 2009
I came to Fluid Creativity in January, through an iStudio placement with Northwest Vision and Media (NWVM). The placement ended in July and since then I’ve been taken on as a trainee developer, making this my first commercial developer job. I'm pleased to say that I've recently passed the Zend certification program, making me a Zend qualified engineer. I spent about four months preparing for the exam, in addition to reading (and re-reading)...
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