Have you ever noticed how browser tab icons go clockwise, and then anti-clockwise, when loading a particular page URL? Or wondered why the colour of this spinner changes from grey to blue? Most sites have a favicon, a small symbol to the left of the browser bar that represents
Outlook is following in the footsteps of Gmail's Priority Inbox of 4 years ago by introducing a new tabbing system for its Inbox called 'Focused'. The feature will be available for users of Outlook on the web, Outlook 2016 (on Windows and macOS) and Mail for Windows 10.
I've been an apprentice at Integrated Ideas for a little over a year now as a junior web developer and it's been a great experience. I already feel like I've got the knowledge and confidence to take the next step in my career. Fortunately for me they've allowed me to take that next step with them!
A conversation took place in the office this week which got us thinking. It all began after one of our staff members made use of a hashtag at the end of an email subject line.We were all a bit perplexed and asked 'why?' Apparently it is to show that there is no body to the email; the whole of the text content is
Videos can take many forms, whether this be actual video footage, animated GIFS or effects to static images pulled together in a tasteful way. Nowadays video is one of the go-to methods of doing virtually anything, with YouTube (the largest video sharing website in the world) populated by tutorial videos for just about every task