Category: Mombee Design

Bike News, Design News

The Keep Calm T-Shirts are coming!

Our fantastic new Keep Calm T-Shirts go on sale on the 25th August. If you’ve seen one of us and would like to be amongst the first people to recieve one of these t-shirts, then please leave your details here and we’ll get to you. Cheers from Mombee!! [contact-form to=’pete@functionalfit.co.uk’ subject=’Keep Calm T-Shirt interest’][contact-field label=’Name’ …

Bike News, Mombee Design

Mombee Designs – First T-shirts ordered

Just placed an order for the first 100 Mombee cycle t-shirts – with luck they’ll be with us at the end of next week. In the meantime, we’ll keep the design under our hats (cycle helmets – ed?), but rest assured it’s a simple punchy design that we love. This is a real watershed moment… …

Design News

They’re only acronyms… not rocket science

At Internet World a few years back, I spent much of my time amazed at how the internet ‘service’ companies and consultants were repackaging relatively simple ideas as revolutionary (and costly) essentials for every online business. SEO was a prime example – I agree that having a good digital marketeer on the books can be a valuable asset, …

Design News

Has Facebook got a future?

Facebook has grown-up, and with that it’s lost the youthful ‘fun’ elements that drew everyone towards it, and it’s now weighed down by all the serious commercial money-grabbing negatives that make being an adult that little bit more miserable. No so long ago Facebook was used by young people as a way of contacting each …

Design News

Exam passed – Adobe Photoshop CS6 Adobe Certified Associate

Last night, after a false start with the Certiport service last week, I passed my Photoshop CS6 ACA exam. The exam consisted of 41 questions, both multiple-choice and practical questions, over 50 minutes in the exam at New College (Swindon). In the spirit of transparency, here’s the breakdown of the exam scores: 1 – Setting …

Design News

Getty Images are offering 35+ million images royalty-free

This is interesting and is generating a fair amount of discussion… Getty Images are offering 35+ million images royalty-free and causing uproar in the photographic community. It’s not quite as negative as the ‘giving your work away’ stance that seems to be the default position, as reading the Getty T&C’s implies that any user needs …