A new marketing client, and the office prepares for the weekends Grand National.
We are happy to announce we’re going to be working with leading immigration specialist, Permits2Work. Cyber-Duck already have a good working relationship with Permits2Work, having previously built and designed their current website back in 2010. Cyber-Duck will predominately be focussing on SEO to increase their search engine viability as well as offering website support.
For other projects, we are in the process of building a new web form for potential clients to fill in giving us more information about their project. The form is designed for those projects which for whatever reason don’t have a formal brief. When it’s finished you’ll find it here first.
Congratulations are in order for Tomasz Tomczyk as he followed in the footsteps of Tom and Harry in passing his Google Analytics exam. This now means that Cyber-Duck has four Google Analytics Certified employees, with more to come in the future, we’re sure.
As this weekend hosts the ever popular Grand National horse race, members of the office decided to get some money together and take part in a sweepstake. 10 Ducks have all put a fiver in the kitty and will all get to choose 4 horses at random, with the winning horse earning the lucky winner to full share of profits. Come on Bluesea Cracker!
It has emerged this week that Facebook are looking into releasing a facial recognition feature, which can be found through Facebook’s privacy settings. This means Facebook users will immediately be notified when their face is recognised in uploaded photos, which will coincidently mean more untagging of embarrassing photos we hoped would never be published.
Google have announced a new feature for their web browser which will protect users against websites that attempt to distribute malware via drive-by downloads. The feature will be integrated with Google Chrome and will display a warning to all users who attempt to download a suspected virus. The feature is still in an experimental stage, but Google hope it will improve online experience and make the internet a safer place.