You may already have been enjoying the all new Scottish Games Network logo. The crisp clean lines, the reassuring solidity of the cube and the clever integration of the three primary letters 'S', 'G' and 'N' into the structure of the logo itself. It contains no gradients - the kiss of death for any logo... Continue Reading →
Following hot on the heels of the excellent interview with Reloaded Productions, the mighty VentureBeat has now covered Euphonious' new AudioSkins idea for Sonic Logos... Scottishgames.net even gets a tip of the hat as the source. We're very proud.
Like the cat flap, onions and gravity, the greatest inventions are simple and obvious once you see them. 'Why?' you wonder, 'didn't I think of that first?' Chances are you were tagging chums on Facebook, or queuing for chips. Thankfully however, there are clever, creative people out there who are making these obvious things real... Continue Reading →
If you cast your eyes towards the top of your favourite blog covering the interactive entertainment sector North of the border, you'll see that it has a smashing new banner, featuring two things that every good blog should aspire to, namely, Zombies, samurai swords (and lashings and lashings of red, red krovvy). The latest incarnation... Continue Reading →
This weeks banner comes courtesy of Chris Gilchrist of Hitreach in Arbroath. Offering a wide range of services, from web design and search engine optimisation, through to graphic design, Hitreach offers most of their services white labeled to other agencies. Harking even further back than last week's homage to the home computer revolution, Chris has... Continue Reading →
This week's defiantly retro banner comes from the games industry's very own indie king, Stewart Hogarth. Formerly of Denki, Stewart now works with the decidedly cool Chunk in Glasgow, where his design skills are clearly flourishing. We're delighted with the new look and would like to thank Stewart for his hard work and in-depth knowledge... Continue Reading →