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The World Wide Web has come a long way since the visionary Tim Berners-Lee invented it back in 1989. As a physicist, he was looking for a way to share information with colleagues and although his early ideas did not meet with instant approval, he persevered and finally on August 6, 1991 launched the world’s first web

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LDL, Leadership Development Ltd, is a corporate training consultancy offering high-quality sales, leadership, negotiation and presentation skills training to clients in the UK and around the world.   In February 2016, Akros Design approached LDL to suggest a re-design of their website. The existing LDL website was not mobile responsive, and – first launched in

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Since first making their international debut on IOS 5 back in 2011, the phenomenon of the emoji has revolutionised the way we communicate. Those smiling yellow faces and other familiar images now feature in half of every sentence on digital media sites such as Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat and regularly brighten up our texts with

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Despite the fact that thousands of people consult daily the fruits of his creative genius as they journey around London, not many will be familiar with the name of Harry Beck. And yet it was this humble technical draughtsman who we have to thank for helping us to navigate the many coloured lines represented by

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For the last few months the world seems to have been obsessed with whether or not Leonardo DiCaprio would finally win an Oscar. And yes, to everyone’s delight it is sixth time lucky for Leo and justice can at last be seen to be done. The fact that he is widely acknowledged to be the

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Having managed to maintain her figure for over 50 years, a phenomenal record I think that any woman would agree…in order to meet the demands of “millennial mums” who require a greater diversity in body shape and skin tone…3 new Barbie models are about to appear on toy shelves near you!   Let me introduce

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David Bowie was a master of reinvention who presented himself in many different guises, from Ziggy Stardust and Aladdin Sane to the Thin White Duke. Bowie truly appreciated the power of visual representation. He kept people interested — and he never got boring… He had a restless creativity, constantly embracing change and evolution. “David Bowie

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