Planet Juice and its digital gravity…
Who knew one of the first projects we ever created would still be significant nineteen years later?
How design research helps us make better decisions
At mN we use user research to ensure we make the best things we possibly can, it really is that simple.
And the winner is…
After months of anticipation, The Webby Awards finally released details of this year’s winners.
How design is empowering women in tech
Design and branding are an integral part of any business, as is female presence in business and tech, so all in all this project was a perfect match!
The authority on the internet - The Webby Awards 2019
It’s that time of year again, and we’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of this year’s Webby Awards nominees.
Developing a degree apprenticeship for UX
As a business working in the ever-evolving digital and creative sector, we’ve always relied on access the best digital and design talent. However, we’re seeing the demand for digital skills fast outstripping the supply (like so many cities around the world).
Britain, Take a Bow!
In amongst the nationwide Brexit chaos, we’ve had the opportunity to contribute to one of the more creative responses to the discord. Britain, Take a Bow! is a generative artwork that sets out to convey our conflicting views of nationalism that are linked to the Brexit debate.
Atomic design and why it works
It’s no secret atomic design has had a huge impact on ways of working, but we wanted to join the discussion and evaluate the principles from our making-based perspective.
At 2018’s Design Manchester festival in October, Sir Richard Leese announced the city’s pledge to develop a Manchester Design Manifesto.
Unconventional Wisdom - TEDxManchester 2019
On Sunday some of the team (who were up bright and early) were down at The Bridgewater Hall for TEDxManchester 2019. In true TED style, the day promised to broaden our horizons and open our eyes, ears and minds to new ways of thinking and doing.
Agencies need a digital mindset - 5 reasons why
There’s some disparity between traditional and digital agencies, and it’s a gap we need to close. To stay relevant in the digital age, original creatives need to adapt their thinking to align with digital initiatives.