Good morning. This Sunday HEMNA will be sharing news from Google News (Technology section). Since 2015, Microsoft has stated that Windows 10 is the last version of the Windows operating system, but what is being seen as hints dropped by … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 06.06.2021: Tech fans excited for Microsoft update, but troubled by Apple’s.
London, United Kingdom VIJAY SHAH Since its establishment in 2012, HEMNA (HEM News Agency) has gone through a number of changes, tweaks and revamps to keep it fresh, current and user-friendly. The site’s last major overhaul occurred in April … Continue reading HEMNA REDESIGN: HEM News Agency is rebranded
with Alex Smithson (story contributor/blogger) Croydon-based photo-blogger and good friend Alex Smithson announced yesterday night (Saturday 31 August 2014) that he has now introduced a revamped ‘Directories’ page for his blog, Mother Nature. The new page comes hot on the heels of a raft of changes and improvement Alex has brought to his blog, including a name change, two photography book, and adding a new self-designed logo and theme to maximise presentation and usability. The changes are low-key and the page is still in development, but already two links are live. One is to the Big Blog Collection, a blog … Continue reading MOTHER NATURE: Alex introduces new Directories page
The Half-Eaten Mind previously reported (last weekend) on the return of fellow blogger Alex Smithson, who runs photography and news blog “Mother Nature”. As mentioned previously, Alex had taken five months’ break from blogging due to important exams and was planning to return to blogging activities on the 1st of July, 2014. Yesterday night, I was informed by Alex that a sudden change has been made to the plan. Mother Nature will now be restarted on the 25th of June, 2014, which is around three weeks from now. The 1st July will instead mark a massive redesign of Mother Nature, … Continue reading MOTHER NATURE: Changes to comeback and revamp
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