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Democracy Street

We are excited to announce we are working with local artist Jon Adams and The Houses of Parliament on a project to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta.

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A day of inspiration for young adults

On Saturday 18th October, Steve, Tom and Oli had the pleasure of attending the Opps Fair, which is hosted at Portsmouth Guildhall. The Opps Fair is a day where young adults can talk to and be inspired by industry professionals, helping them find a new interest or even a possible future career path.

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Lab notes: Hacking our Ping Pong Table

We've had our new Ping Pong table a couple of months now and we are in love. Our gameplay has rapidly improved since day 1, but one thing never kept up; our ability to keep score.

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My Friend Cayla website created by Si digital

Today we're thrilled to be launching the new product website for My Friend Cayla - the world's first internet connected, talking girls doll. Cayla syncs with your device and using bluetooth connectivity, allows you to ask her questions using Google's Speech To Text API.

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Disconnect your frontend from WordPress

Almost all of our projects require an admin or content management system at some point. We tend to build our own from scratch to perfectly suit the project's requirements. However when the budget or complexity doesn't require it, we turn to our trusty friend Wordpress.

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Our first work experience placement

This week 15 year old Finn joined us in the studio as part of his school's work experience placement. Finn has had no previous experience with coding but he looked forward to the challenge we set him; create a website from scratch in under a week!

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My Dog Sighs Website

It’s been nearly two years since My Dog Sighs came into the studio and graced our walls with one of his monster murals. Since then, this local street artist has built quite the reputation. He's created a series of faces on found tin cans and painted ginormous eyes on cars, walls and buildings.

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Lab notes: Sid the office robot

After a rollercoaster first month of releasing Sid to the world it’s time to summarise the successes, failures and the battle against griefers!

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Lab notes: A shocking Halloween

On October 31st, we ran a digital experiment allowing the public to deliver electric shocks to us just by tweeting. Read about how this idea came about, the good (and bad) bits of what we got up to.

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Creating the Si team video

A little while ago, we asked local videographers, Strong Island Media to collaborate with us to produce a video that would provide a small insight into studio life, but in a lighthearted way.

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