York Graphic Designers News – recently completed projects and random musings from the York Graphic Designers team.
On Sunday I decided I needed a break from sitting in front of the computer screen all day, so I packed up the camera and set off to Dalby Forest to cheer on Dave Bennett and Alistair McNeil from DBAM Rallying who were competing in the 2013 BTRDA Trackrod Rally.
We are pleased to welcome a new member to the York Graphic Designers team, Dexter. Although not very good at designing or making cups of tea, Dexter helps to lighten the mood in the office by sneaking up on unsuspecting colleagues and relieving them of ANYTHING they may have left lying around.
We look forward to working with Dexter and thank him for his help in implementing a clean desk policy at YGD Towers.
We just completed a website redesign project for York Builders, TMW Renovation. With more and more people accessing online content via smart phones and tablets, we designed a responsive website to aid these users easily navigate throughout the website.
TMW Renovation are one of York’s leading building and Renovation specialists and felt that their previous online presence did not reflect the quality of work and service they provide.
(Credit: Chris Hadfield/NASA)
While searching through the Twitter recommendations the other day we found an absolute gem. Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield has become an overnight sensation on the social media network by tweeting updates and stunning photographs from his latest mission aboard the International Space Station. Armed with a top end camera and eloquent turn of phrase, Hadfield has amassed nearly 500,000 followers on Twitter since he was propelled into space aboard a Soyuz rocket on December 19th, 2012.
York’s Clifford’s Tower is today featured as the background image for Microsoft’s search engine Bing UK. UK computer users who visit the second most post popular search engine will be greeted by a beautiful photograph of the 945 year old Norman castle basking in sunshine and surrounded by daffodils. The image has been chosen to commemorate the anniversary of the unmasking of the infamous Dick Turpin at the Tower on February 23, 1739. The page also contains links to information about the construction of Clifford’s Tower in 1068 and the life and death of highwayman Richard ‘Dick’ Turpin.