We've been working with Massey University to change attitudes towards politics.
Four of our favourite recent projects are finalists in the 2014 Best Awards — the annual awards of the Designers Institute where we collectively celebrate the best of New Zealand design.
A whoppingly large number of websites use Google Analytics and it’s a great analytics package. However, pulling understandable information out of the dense depths of it is hard. You need to know exactly where to look and you need a bunch of time.
Springload recently won Team Gold at the Wellington Gold Awards and we’re still buzzing. Feeling pretty golden right now!
Springload is a company with a strong focus on usability, so we spend a lot of time examining online user behaviour. One of the tools we use in this effort is Google Analytics Event Tracking.
We sometimes get asked by clients to provide advice on what makes a good web service. Recently one of our clients decided they’d like to move to a new service provider in order to give their customers access to richer and more relevant data via their website.
Chances are you're going to want to execute some code based on media queries in your snazzy responsive layout. At Springload we started by doing this with the window.matchMedia() function. It worked pretty well, but it always felt a bit, well... inelegant.