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It is possibly that I have only recently discovered one of my favourite pieces of UX whilst on lockdown – Mobile cheques deposits via digital imaging in my banking app. In this short post I share my experience of discovering a simple but practical piece of UX that made me happy.


A Bit of a Christmas Do in the Country with Benchpeg

by Paul Waller

In 2016, endjin redesigned the Benchpeg website, migrating it from a 10-year-old platform over to our own CMS system – Vellum – so the Benchpeg team could have greater control over their content management and halve the day-to-day workload for generating content. This is a creative post about the practical experiences gained from 1-day silversmithing workshop at the invitation of Benchpeg.


Reasons to: Round up of the Sessions I Attended

by Paul Waller

The 3-day “Reasons To” conference was held in Brighton in September 2016. The conference is a fusion of disciplines: design, development, illustration, 3D modelling and data visualisation to name a few. In this post Paul Waller provides an overview of the sessions he attended and the ideas that really sparked his imagination.


Throughout endjin’s history we have been invited to work on a host of projects. In late 2013 we were asked if we could produce a series of graphics props for the Great British Menu 2014. In this post we talk about the research and production methods behind developing graphics for television.


At endjin we believe in collaboration and the ability to pull together expertise and ideas. In this post we talk about the collaborative efforts between designers and developers the importance of communication, a step by step guide followed by some handy tips.


Laying the foundations to build a brand doesn’t happen overnight. At endjin it taken many years to develop our brand look and tone of voice. In this post we talk about developing our visual language so that we can maintain a consistent look and feel across all our collateral.