Vintage is the new trend. (again)

http://www.converdge.com/technology/the-future-of-graphic-design/ The following article is taken from the above link, and shows that once again, feel design are ahead of trend, having brought back our retro look for our own site while many design firms are embracing “flat design” which was last years trend. Design is constantly changing to reflect the ever-changing technology around us. […]

Go Yorkshire App Launched

  Go Yorkshire App   Go Yorkshire enables users to see at a glance all the attractions, shops, places to eat and events within their vicinity and it also lists details of any available offers. What’s more, our low, introductory annual fee of just £50.00 + VAT offers you a presence on this app with […]

Is your ecom website tablet ready?

When it comes to e-commerce, retailers must ensure they are tablet-ready Tablets are becoming the device of choice for online shoppers. Here are some ways to keep your brand ahead of the curve We used to be a nation of shopkeepers where the customer was king. However, with the decline of the high street, retail is […]

New website for Autumn 2013!

We’re currently putting together a new design to the website, the first time we’ve had chance to do anything to it in 18 months! There’s all the work we’ve created in the last year or so to add (that’s what we’ve been busy doing!) and new images and a slight tweak to our branding, a […]

April 2012

It’s been an incredibly busy 12 months – so many sites built – plenty of rebuilds for old customers, and many, many new ones too!

Over the next 2 months we’re developing an iPad app for a driving school, all in 3D with full animation and voiceovers. More news on that soon….

March 2011

It’s been a busy few months at Feel Design, and the portfolio’s in serious need of an update. Recent and current work for www.goldsboroughhall.com,  www.swimboutiqueswimwear.co.uk The Archbishop Of York Symposium, Digger Jeans, Strickland & Holt, Vale Opticians, IsuzuUK, Jane Nordli, Newby Hall Farm Shop, Watkins Wright Hair and Beauty, Mellie Carroll books and more all […]

Feel Design now an Apple Developer.

Feel Design now have an Apple Developer license, enabling them to develop applications for the iPhone, iPad and Apple desktops. We are already in the process of developing our own iPad app to showcase our work, and will be working on several iPad/iPhone apps for clients in 2011!

November 2010

2010 has been a very busy year for us, we’ve run 176 projects, building 93 websites so far since January! As our financial year draws to a close at the end of this month we are moving our accounting system away from Sage, which we have used since 2002, to FreeAgent an online accounting system. […]

New Facebook Email service implications

According to unnamed sources cited by TechCrunch, the company will announce what it is referring to internally as its “Gmail killer”. It would appear more than obvious who the real target is here, and if Facebook plays it right, Gmail, which reportedly has about 170 million users, may be in a world of hurt up against Facebook’s more than half a billion.

Facebook Business Pages

Facebook is so popular that business owners can simply no longer consider it a site only appropriate for socializing and game playing. In fact, in September 2010, Facebook surpassed Google in regards to the amount of time users spent on their site. Facebook states that users spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook!

New website

After 3 years we have finally found the time to redesign our website. We’ve spent a long time deciding an the new format – and the content, to reflect what we now do as a company and our portfolio which stretches back 9 years!

Newby Hall

Feel Design are pleased to have been awarded the contract to redevelop Newby Hall’s website. The project will see a new site launch towards the end of the year, updating their current website, adding news, a ecommerce store and a more up to date feel. They will benefit from a full content management system, allowing them to update the site easily and it will link with their growing use of Twitter and Facebook.