Having grown with the Web since the early days we have seen all the fads, crazes and new technologies that change – even if only temporarily – the way things are done and the way Web design and development gets approached. In that time we have seen and done it…
WordPress is an affordable way of quickly getting a responsive, search-engine-friendly and scaleable Web site that is admin-driven, offers sophisticated templates and can be updated from any machine, anywhere.
No Web site or print campaign is complete without images, and while stock photography can meet a huge amount of one’s requirements in an affordable manner, it leaves gaps. For this reason we offer our services in portaiture and location shoots so that the first impression a prospective client has…
While we do not specialise in brand development, we have often been called upon to develop logos for clients as part of their Web development, typically for first-time Web presences and new businesses. As a corollary we can make sure these are print-ready and, if required, add them to digital…
With social media becoming more and more video-oriented, it made sense for us to develop basic video editing skills. Whether it is to make your footage presentable, add animated titles, or to create animated social media banners, talk to us and see what we can offer.
Although tinCrow started out, and specialised in, Web development, it fast became apparent that we could better serve our customers by meeting their print requirements. Since then we have become proficient at InDesign and Illustrator, and produced print items from stationery and calendars to posters, z-folders and business cards.
Sometimes a presentation needs a bit more pizzaz than your sales team can bring to it! Talk to us about jazzing up your Powerpoint presentations or designing and implementing Poewerpoint themes, or creating HTML5 or Flash animations.
We are often called upon to create an illustration to bring depth to a Web site, explain a technical aspect or simply make things more funky.
Having been early adopters of Flash, we have years of experience creating Flash animations for the Web and presentations. We still use Flash for stand-alone presentations, and now use HTML5 canvas and CSS3 for the Web.