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Written By Aqil Rouf

I bet that if you were to randomly line up 100 people from the UK, and asked them “why did our economy collapse?” the majority of them would reply, “it was the bankers’ fault” or something along those lines. While this is true (to some extent), it raises questions as to how much we, as individuals, really know about the economic crisis. I, for one, am not entirely clued-up as to why our economy is in its current state. Sure, I know it has something to do with banks’ lending too much money, particularly to those who were unable to meet their repayments. However, in truth, I’m just regurgitating information that has been fed to me through the media. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

When it comes to branding your product/service, designing a logo is always a tricky affair. More often than not, logo design is about finding a balance between creating something that is memorable and creating something that resonates your brand's values. A negative space logo, whereby the space around the logo is used (in addition to the logo itself) to convey the brand’s message, is an effective way to achieve this. That said, it takes a certain level of creativity and “thinking outside the box” to be able to exploit this space, so to speak. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

As a result of the recent legal battle between Apple and Samsung, I have found myself sifting through forums and blog comments to gauge people’s thoughts on the whole affair. A common suggestion that I came across was that both companies should settle their differences and collaborate, ultimately with the intention to innovate new products. But would a partnership between these two tech titans be beneficial for either company or consumer? More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

Earlier today, Facebook’s frontman, Mark Zuckerberg, announced that he would be working with Frank Gehry, an award-winning architect, to create the social networking company’s new campus which is to become the world’s largest open floor plan office space. “The idea is to make the perfect engineering space…” explained Zuckerberg, via his own Facebook account. The move comes at a time where the company’s share price drops below $19 – a stark contrast to the $42 it opened at back in May. Facebook’s CEO clearly believes that this change in scenery, so to speak, is a worthwhile investment. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

In response to last week’s outage, O2 have announced plans to compensate its Pay Monthly customers by discounting 10% off their September phone bills, while Pay & Go customers will receive 10% extra credit on their first top-up in September. This gesture of goodwill comes just a few days after the network provider revealed that they were working to restore “confidence and trust” in the brand. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

Believe me when I tell you that I have spent the past week scrolling through Jamal Edwards' Twitter feed, specifically searching for a tweet, which for some reason I can't seem to find. Since Twitter’s “Advanced Search” can only go so far back, I have even gone as far as using Snap Bird, a website that pulls tweets (from the year dot) based on a custom search query - but that was to no avail. More on the reverse.