Parb Johal is now Clear.

April 19th, 2012   By   Filed Under: Art, Graphic Design, London, Web Design

We’ve spent the last couple of years working with some of the most remarkable people and companies with some of the best products and brands in their respective markets.

This is the start of the culmination of all that hard work, and the start of a new agency experience for all of us. We can’t wait for the next creative challenge…

Visit allisclear.com to find out more.

Design is Art.

March 10th, 2012   By   Filed Under: Art, Found Design, Graphic Design

Here’s To The Crazy Ones… Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.

October 6th, 2011   By   Filed Under: Art

Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits, the rebels. The trouble-makers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status-quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify, or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world – are the ones who do.

Sunlight in trees…

June 3rd, 2011   By   Filed Under: Art

Shot with my Lumix GF1 using a generic TV lens (25mm/f1.4) with C-mount adapter.

Cobbled together, and exported from iMovie.

Music: Underworld / Ess Gee

Christmas is Around The Corner – It’s Time To Get Christmasified!

October 8th, 2010   By   Filed Under: Graphic Design, Web Design

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Christmas is just around the corner so now is the perfect time to sort out your Christmas cards, Christmas emailers and Christmas graphics for your website. We call it ‘Christmasification’…

Right now, if you place an order before the 29th October 2010 you’ll get 10% off. Coupled with an already low cost and award winning design we think it’s an offer you won’t want to miss out on!

Find out more here.

The New Twitter

September 15th, 2010   By   Filed Under: Graphic Design, Web Design

Twitter finally gets a creative and usability upgrade that might just make it a little more useful and ‘sticky’… Read more…

‘Alma’ – Beautifully imagined and quite spooky animation by Rodrigo Blaas

August 16th, 2010   By   Filed Under: Animation, Art, Found Design

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Kicking Off Our Web Design and Search Engine Optimisation A-Z…

August 12th, 2010   By   Filed Under: Web Design & SEO A-Z

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Starting soon we’ll be kicking off a weekly blog post demystifying Design, Web design and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

We’ll be running through the gamut of web and design buzzwords and phrases you’ll hear to describe the work you might need. Sometimes, web design and search engine optimisation can feel daunting – you might think all you need is a web design and an email address for your business, when in fact Read more…

The 4 Seasons Visualised. Data Visualisation on The BBC.

August 12th, 2010   By   Filed Under: Art, Found Design, Graphic Design

Web design visualisation

— Visualising Vivaldis ‘The Four Seasons’ —

Data visualisation seems to be de rigueur these days – everyone is at it! Read more…

E-Commerce Web Design. The Power of Magento.

August 10th, 2010   By   Filed Under: Web Design, Web Design and E-commerce

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Web design for e-commerce is just like any other retail concept – where presentation is everything. Focus on the top line and the bottom line will follow.

Because we get to know you, your business and how you want to sell up front – we ensure the system is perfectly tuned to you. By asking the right questions up front we can also ensure fewer ‘surprises’ (of the worst kind!) in the project cycle when it comes to costs. We understand the fundamentals of selling online; multiple unique buying options, bulk purchasing, tiered pricing and delivery, user accounts, stock control etc etc. We know that from the get go you want to know you can log in to the system and start to update and grow your store without worrying about whether a piece of functionality is going to be there or not. Read more…