The Hong Kong Government is trying to do some good with the Distance Business (D-Biz) Programme. However, in my honest opinion, it ends up a disaster and is more damaging than helping. Here’s why. 1. D-Biz is slow and there’s red tape everywhere Everyone wants monetary help in times of crisis, and the sooner the […]
Our thoughts on design, development, and dat agency life.
Your first-ever of anything is memorable. So here’s the story of how we’ve created Farro: Grayscale’s first-ever typeface.
Ahh, it’s that time of the year again—the smell of fallen leaves mixed with my favourite lava custard mooncake wafts by on the evening breeze. But honestly, where has the year gone? In this edition of the monthly roundup: Some thoughts on getting funding A new case study for some website inspiration Joy of the […]
Read some updates for our virus-haunted summertime.
A list of useful D-Biz facts and FAQ as your quick guide.
Thought-provoking talks and informative workshops for web creators return to Hong Kong for the second year running!
We like our plants like our clients: happy and healthy. Ploy Boonnitipat, our account exec, wrote you a brief guide on keeping office plants.
As an illustrator, you may sometimes find yourself wondering how to make your graphics stand out from the pack. Having struggled with this myself and having discovered some solutions, I would be happy to share some of my techniques on adding a bit of depth to your work.
A workshop on web resilience and progressive enhancement with Jeremy Keith.
A design pitch, (also known as spec work) is a very, very bad idea.