When we started out on the design for the new WXG site (wxg.co.uk) we decided that it was going to have a very stark and spare look-and-feel. We took our pointers from the giants of early 20th century type design and eschewed all ornament or graphics other than those required by the site content, and opted for a high contrast monochromatic palette. A bold statement we thought.
Written in Objective-C, it’s one of the most popular and mature libraries for working with Core Data.
We offered Kyan Towers as a venue for the Surrey Geeks Raspberry Pi and Arduino Jam last night. A meetup open to all levels of hardware enthusiasts to learn, build and share.
That was the year that was … Now that 2013 is over let’s have a look back over some of the fun (non-coding) stuff we managed to fit into our busiest year ever.
You know the score by now, here is our annual round up of the tunes floating around the ether at Kyan Towers. Every year the late great John Peel asked his listeners to vote for their faves, true to the spirit of JP’s Festive 50 we do the same at Kyan.
Three more days to go and all this moustache growing has been going to our heads as you’ll see from the new fashion sense some members of the team seem to have adopted.
A big thankyou to everyone who’s donated so far. There’s still time for one last push, anything you can spare is greatly appreciated and really is going to a worthy cause.
Head over to our official Movember page for further details on making a donation.
The Kyan mo team.
We’re almost half way through Movember, so it’s time to check in with our Mo Squad for an inspection of their furry friends.