HEM THE LONDON BLOG: Our new header image goes live

When it comes to creativity and just making things happen, I’m a bit of a ‘night owl’. That doesn’t mean growing feathers, hooting like an idiot and silently divebombing the local drunkards. But it does explain why we have an owl for the blog‘s mascot. What I really mean is that some of my best ideas, thoughts and plans come to me in the dead of night, when everything is quiet and I’ve got me a space to think. It was exactly such a night only yesterday that an idea that had brewed around in my mind finally took a concrete … Continue reading HEM THE LONDON BLOG: Our new header image goes live

ANNOUNCEMENT: New blog header image

Vijay Shah Makeovers can have unexpected consequences. A couple of years ago, the international clothing chain GAP decided to change its logo and adopt a streamlined sans-serif version as part of its branding revitalisation. The customer backlash against the company’s image change was so unexpectedly severe that Gap hurriedly switched back to its old emblem along with a profuse apology. Likewise when the company behind the cherished Yellow Pages business directories renamed itself “hibu”, people were left confused about what exactly the hell hibu actually meant, with the design team behind the name change recently admitting that they did not know … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: New blog header image

PHOTO MOMENT: New Twitter header image

Vijay Shah Here is a quick announcement from the office of the Half-Eaten Mind. I have just created a new Twitter header image in collaboration with the photo-editing software piZap, which has been featured a few times on the blog.     For those among my friends, family and supporting bloggers who are following me (and being followed by yours truly) on Twitter, you may have noticed the current header image of two tower blocks (apartment complexes) and dawn-tinged cirrus clouds which also is used as the header image for the Half-Eaten Mind. This has been a feature of my personal profile … Continue reading PHOTO MOMENT: New Twitter header image