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Experts in environmental data management and reporting, Emisoft are a passionate team of technology innovators and business… Continue Reading
As the final piece of DoiT’s full-scale rebrand, the new website had to represent every aspect of the reworked identity while elevating the experience… Continue Reading
This live web series puts technology into context by exploring the real-world applications and day-to-day challenges addressed… Continue Reading
Max Azria Collection
Each season the Max Azria brand identifies an aesthetic inspiration that informed everything from the colours to the textiles… Continue Reading
Spotlight on Steve Golin
Steve Golin knows what he likes. Over the past 25 years, he’s produced some of the era’s most quirky, challenging, acclaimed and… Continue Reading
A Better Build to Print
Modular have built their reputation on delivering innovative, bespoke solutions to complex production challenges for advanced… Continue Reading
What It Means to Be a Digital-First Organisation
If the need for organisations to go digital was ever in question, the events of 2020 decisively ended that debate. The effective digital delivery of services and a consistent customer experience to match are table stakes for any business hoping to see the far side of Covid. Likewise, supporting fully remote (if not fully flexible) working scenarios for a range of employees is becoming an essential step for organisations looking to continue business as now-normal… Continue Reading
The Environmental Impact of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve
Ever wonder about the real environmental implications of Santa doing all his work on Christmas Eve? And if he can really make all his deliveries in one night? Santa is on an incredibly tight deadline, having just 31 hours to deliver presents to the approximately 380 million children worldwide who celebrate the Christmas holiday. His day gets a bit extended due to the Earth’s rotation… Continue Reading
How to Catch Up in the Robotics Revolution
In 1961, workers in the General Motors plant in West Trenton, New Jersey, stood back and watched as a robotic arm lifted pieces of scalding hot metal from a die casting machine—a modest movement that previously posed a very real health and safety risk to the workers. The machine was called Unimate, built seven years earlier as the world’s first commercial, digital, and programmable robot, and recognized as a tipping point in modern history… Continue Reading
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