The new SwitchboardFREE app is on its way

December 23rd, 2014

For the last few weeks the development and design team have been working hard to create a new SwitchboardFREE app to be launched early in 2015.   What prompted us to want to change the App? Since the release of iOS7, we have been thinking that it might be time to make some amendments to […]

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Round up of our favourite Presentation tools

February 4th, 2014

Everyone knows that a good Powerpoint presentation can make or break a meeting and at Liquid11 we find ourselves using them all the time.  Powerpoint however, has barely changed since I first started using it in school about 12 years ago. It still has the same array of effects, pretty similar controls and other than […]

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Wacom Intuos Pro Graphics Tablet

February 3rd, 2014

This is the start of a new series of posts from Liquid11 where we are going to look at the latest and greatest technology that we’ve been using that enable us to do what we do day in and day out. To start the series we will be taking a look at the Wacom Intuos […]

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Is open source software the future?

January 30th, 2014

Yesterday we learnt that the UK government is proposing plans that they will switch from using Microsoft Office to open source products such as OpenOffice. At the moment the price tag on using Microsoft Office in the public sector has been about £200 million since 2010, the benefits of switching is therefore quite obvious. So […]

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Steve and the Samsung Galaxy S4

The App Master Reviews the Samsung Galaxy S4

July 11th, 2013

I recently purchased myself a Samsung Galaxy S4 as a replacement for my iPhone 4S. I could have gone with an iPhone 5 (or waited a while longer for Apple’s next iPhone), but as I’d started doing Android development recently I figured it made sense to jump platforms. So, is the grass greener? Unboxing an […]

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Evolution of email

Evolution of email design

July 1st, 2013

Creating emails for SwitchboardFREE or any business has its ups and downs. On one side of the coin I get to stretch my creative legs both in writing and design but the flip side to this is the worrying notion that I have the final word on a document arriving in the inbox of thousands […]

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My love of Codecademy – Matt Rayner

June 28th, 2013

Being only a code hobbyist with the mainstay of my interest in Visual Basic, I often find myself with a logical want to solve many of my own programming issues, but I frustratingly seem to lack the knowledge and experience to do so. Whilst trying my best not to continually pester the hard-core programmers in […]

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