Artlines Media Blog

Haywards project launched


Haywards is a leading commercial property and workplace consultancy representing the needs of occupiers throughout the UK and across Europe.

Hayward approached Artlines to assist with delivering a re-design of their online brand and website. The principle role of the new website would be to deliver information and awareness to potential clients about the unique services they offer. We are really pleased with the outcome and look forward to working with the team at Haywards to continue to deliver their digital strategy.

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Invest in Bucks launched


We are proud to annouce the launch of the Invest in Bucks website, developed for the Bucks Economic & Learning Partnership (BELP).

BELP is a lobbying organisation and "think-tank", bringing together the private sector, public authorities and the community to ensure Buckinghamshire remains a thriving and prosperous place in which to live and work.

Listening to BELP's requirements, we developed concepts to deliver a unique website to promote the Buckinghamshire  area as a great place to work and invest.

With clear and concise sections, users can find and navigate to the areas they need to within just a few clicks, the website will be a key communication tool for BELP.

All booked for dConstruct 2010


Now in its sixth year, dConstruct 2010 brings together leading industry figures to explore the power of design thinking and show how we can all become just a little bit more creative. Two of the team are all booked up and ready to go, we will report back on what's new in the industry on our return.

The Times Online, now charging for website access


From today, access to the Times and Sunday Times online will cost £1 per day, or £2 a week if readers sign up to a subscription.

I personally think it is a risky move, with so many free websites delivering news content for free, would I be prepared to pay £8 a month to view articles, I'm not so sure. People also use online content very differently to reading a newspaper and will only dip in and out of items that they like. Only time will tell, I do understand that there is huge costs in running the company and website, and with fewer people buying newspapers, things will change, I'm just not so sure this is the way forward.

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