Website Trends 2015: Social Media and the Self  

April 7th, 2015

Social media influences opinions and interactions forming a digital portrait of your character, yet only revealing a fragment of your personality via the internet where privacy is less protected than desired. Over time, computer systems store your personal data via automatic learning algorithms that record your search patterns and interests accessed on your personal digital devices, which carries the risk […]

Website Trends 2015: Awakening Tech  

March 25th, 2015

As the use of technology online becomes more prevalent, so does human dependency on the digital world. Strategic web designers aim to inspire and engage users with their creations. There are so many emerging technologies and one example is adapting for virtual reality head-mounted display, such as Oculus Rift. This invention creates an intuitive user experience with real time tracking movement […]

12 Days of Christmas  

December 22nd, 2014

Festive greetings, Instead of a Christmas card this year, we thought we would be eco-friendly and send you a digital version of our warm wishes. In fact rather than just sending a virtual Christmas card, we got carried away and built a whole game instead. On the 12th day of Christmas my true love gave to me an e-card which […]

Digital Mosaic 5th Birthday  

November 6th, 2014

We are excited to share our 5th birthday celebration with you all. To mark this special occasion, Digital Mosaic invite you to test your gaming skills by playing our new creation that is packed with entertainment value. A worthy winner would say it’s a piece of cake! ;o)

10 Usability Heuristics for User Interface Design  

June 21st, 2013

Picture: www.gonifie.com Heuristics derives from the Greek word ‘heuriskein’ and the equivalent meaning in New Latin ‘heuristicus’, translating to ‘discover’ or ‘find out’. Heuristic evaluation is one of the most notable usability methods founded by Jakob Nielson – an expert on computer human interaction. Having been the biggest influence on improving user experience via the ‘discount usability engineering’ movement, he shaped […]

Infographics  

April 29th, 2013

Infographics are bitesized parts of information that present complex data with clarity and brevity. Information graphics enhances users’ sense of familiarity with patterns or trends. The process that follows is known as data visualisation, information design or information architecture. Utilising infographics as a tool often includes statistics, graphs, pie charts, maps, schematics, grids, site plans and other relevant data. In […]

Your Greek Wedding Guide Issue 6  

April 24th, 2013

We designed the recent edition of Your Greek Wedding Guide to streamline its appearance, making it analogous with high fashion editorials. This is the most successful wedding planning magazine in the Greek community and amongst other ethnicities that enjoy weddings of a Hellenic style. As far as nuptial event planning goes this informative guide for A5 use, has benefited brides […]