It’s about time for a review of the digital wave that hit Montreal this past spring. The Elektra, Mutek and the Quartier des spectacles, and the collaboration of top-notch cultural venues like SAT and Espace Belgo, to name just two, show a definite desire to take digital to the next level in Montreal.
Barely out of winter and we’re already heading straight for Montreal’s non-stop festival season! Before the Jazz Festival even starts though, there are a myriad of other festivals that are smaller, but just as compelling and just as media-worthy on the international scene.
s a digital agency, we are often put in the delicate position of balancing between our customer's stated desires, and those of their customers. Indeed, much of web design practice is often construed as a marriage between business objectives (conversions) and user experience (UX).
Gamification is not a new concept. It’s been trending since 2010, but many people still don’t fully understand its meaning. Unfortunately, the concept has been roughly managed by marketing consultants and other web gurus.
Creating a website, a campaign or an interactive strategy are three types of major projects that will require a company to invest considerable time and money. However, they are also solid investments in your business development and growth that can be carefully planned out and subsequently yield a quantifiable value.
Yeah. It’s really written like that. Geeky, huh? This past February 2, digital agency TP1 hosted the mostly-monthly meetup for WordPress developers . This time around, website developer and theme reviewer Kirk Wight talked about the theme review process used for wordpress.org.
30 seconds of images. A fresh electro pop soundtrack. 12 sports and dozens of promising young athletes filmed in Montreal at the facilities of McGill University, UQAM, Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf and Tennis Montréal.
The last few months have been really hectic for the TP1 elves: plenty of new projects, a move to the Castle Building in October, and a huge office-warming party to “generate new numbers” in November. So to keep the team perky through the Christmas season, I thought… a do-it-yourself project!