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By Zak Kurdi
After a busy day yesterday on our stand, we came back this morning and got straight back into the swing of things. The first few minutes on Wednesday had us wondering what to expect, but all those thoughts of the unknown were pushed aside quickly by the intense (in a good way) and intriguing environment and people.
By jenny
Day one of the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) is complete and we have made some interesting connections already with the likes of the Open University, a large Welsh schools association and linked up with an old friend, Pete Langely at the Student Room.
By Alex Malloy
Teaser image credit: Cambridge University Library / Leader image credit: ELT Jam We’ve been fluttery-eyed for education over the past couple of years, and our love for all things learning doesn’t look like it’s going to dwindle any time soon…
By bladmin
Image credit: SamahR This article was originally featured on the Creative Blog online magazine (we just thought we’d double up and share it on here, too!) Brightlemon's Leon Tong and Inspiral Design's Mukhtar Sanders reveal how to design for an Arabic audience...
By jenny
Anyone happen to take a trip over to Saudi Arabia over the weekend? No? Well, if you had you would have heard all about the launch of the new University of Dammam site we’ve just completed! We are very proud to say that yesterday the Prince of Dammam, Mohammad Bin Fahd, hosted a ceremony in his Saudi Arabian city for the launch. Watch this space for photos of the event...
By Clare Holden
Creating an international education platform After a succession of very positive education sector projects in 2013, we are happy to announce a new partnership to add to the list. It takes the form of a Drupal website project for the Saudi Arabia’s University of Dammam. The majority of our previous education projects have been for clients based in the UK - an exception being our work with China’s division of British Council where we built a site for English-learners with Chinese language capabilities.
By Leon Tong
...according to the the UK and Commonwealth’s outgoing Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathon Sacks. We are all too individualistic, people do not care for each other like they used to, and the fundamental building blocks of society — such as marriage and the family — are no longer sacrosanct. Is Lord Sacks correct? And if so, what should be done about it?