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The New Studio

They say that time flies when you’re having fun, and that’s certainly been the case for the team here at Attitude Design these past few months!

Are you a fan of the hamburger menu icon?

Lots of websites that use an icon to represent a hidden menu are now using a symbol of three horizontal stripes – this has become known as the hamburger menu drawer.

A New Year Message from Attitude Design

  Well folks, 2015 has arrived and Attitude are here for you as always, providing fresh new design for all your marketing needs.

Happy Holidays People

Wow – another year has gone by! We couldn’t let it go without saying a huge thank you to all our clients for their business this year – it’s been great to work (and be working) with you.

Attitude Design have moved – but not very far!

We have now relocated to the top floor at Merchant’s Court. Our new home has the benefit of lots more space, lovely high ceilings and wonderful panoramic views of the city of Nottingham.

Autumn Portfolio

We’ve come through a beautiful summer, and a not so beautiful autumn – but nonetheless our designs have remained fresh and we continue to push our own boundaries.

We welcome Amy Hill to the team

All the way from Toronto, Ontario – we present our newest employee, Amy Hill. Amy joins us as a Project Manager, offering a wealth of experience and expertise after having spent 3 years working with design companies over in Canada.

Exciting times for Attitude Design!

Next month we will be relocating to the top floor at Merchant’s Court. This new office suite will give us bigger, better and more flexible accommodation, allowing our flourishing business to expand to meet the growing demand for our services.

Design inspiration: Geometric Patterns

Here at Attitude Design we always look out for inspiration and are always inspired by other work we see.

The impact of large videos on websites

The incorporation of elegant, professional videos into website designs is becoming increasingly popular today.

Summer Portfolio

It’s that time again! Attitude Design have been busy throughout the summer months, and we’d just love to share our projects with you.

Chance of a lifetime!

Wouldn’t it be cool if a piece of artwork you had designed ended up in the hands of everyone in the UK?

Google penalises sites not optimised for smartphones

Google is rolling out new algorithms that change rank for sites that are not optimised for mobile devices.

The Appeal Of The Human Face

The human face is a commonly-used element in web design. Human beings find the human face very appealing, and it can be used to express various different moods and emotions.

Holden Copley Bus Campaign

  If you are in Nottingham, this summer, you may have noticed the launch of a new estate agents in Arnold: Holden Copley.

The Death Of The Underline

On March 13th this year, Google removed the underlined links from its search results. Without wishing to be too melodramatic, it could be said that this signalled the end of an era for the web.

The King of the Worms

Here at Attitude Design we occasionally like to take breaks. Sometimes on these breaks we feel like stepping back into the 1990′s and having a game of Worms (a modern iteration being Worms Revolution).

The Little Sweet Shop – coming to a shop near you soon!

  It’s time for us to share a recent project with you. This project in particular is one we are extremely fond of due to our studio being dominated by confectionary loving folk!

Your Guide To Advertisement Sizes

Getting the right advertisement size can be a tricky thing with it varying so dramatically depending on where and how you wish your company to be showcased.

out with the old & in with the new

I’m sure you’re all aware of some recent logo changes. For example, Starbucks changed their logo a few years ago – from the more detailed, and enclosed design of the last few years; Starbucks decided to (as with many of their peers) ‘simplify’ their logo to a more icon-like, and recognisable.