Pete Wailes

  • Progressive Web App SEO

    There’s been a lot of discussion lately about Progressive Web Apps, and with good reason. Google have been pushing the idea fairly hard at their Dev Summits, and there’s another ...

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  • SEO for Universal Angular 2.0

    Universal Angular 2 Server Side Rendering for SEO & Crawl-Friendliness There’s a lot of excitement around the release of Angular 2, for three reasons really: 1. It’s been a long time ...

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  • Hierarchical Composed State with React.JS

    One of the most challenging issues found in dealing with modern web interfaces is that of state management. In this post, we’ll be looking at at HMVC architecture inspired potential solution for using ...

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  • Visual Maths: Accuracy in Art

    In this instalment of our visual maths series, I wanted to look at real world accuracy in storytelling. As marketers, so much of what we do is in some way designed to tell compelling stories, and balancing the need to engage emotionally with the requirements of showing something that’s true to life.

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  • Visual Maths: A Brief History of Lighting in VFX

    Light. From even before the moment a newborn baby opens it’s eyes, we’re surrounded by it. From the way the sun shines on a clear or cloudy day, to the difference between harsh and soft lights in the home, our brains have developed an uncanny ability to understand the way light falls on a scene in front of us, and understand what that says about the sources of light present.

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  • Visual Maths: A Brief History of CGI

    The web is no longer a thing for HTML pages only. Nowadays, thanks to advances in technology and broadband speeds, people are doing ever more adventurous things in web content production. However, with WebGL getting ever more usable and impressive, we thought it’d be a good idea to take a step back and look at the history of computer generated things.

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