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The last decade has seen social media become an invaluable tool for marketers, allowing businesses and brands an instant and easy way to directly communicate with their audience for the first time. However, the relative newness of this form of digital marketing means there is no rulebook in...

As 2018 draws slowly to a close, here at RONIN we have been thinking about what businesses can do to amplify their branding for the new year. Consumer trends are constantly changing, and in an ever-evolving media universe, its critical for companies to keep on...

If you’ve been considering a redesign of your company website, you’ve no doubt stumbled across the phrase ‘responsive design’. But what actually is responsive web design, and should you make your new website fully responsive? Simply put, yes! Here’s everything you need to know about...

From paint pots to carpeting, cookware to furniture, an interiors brand creates a product that must walk the fine line between fitting into your consumer’s actual lifestyle, and being aspirational and desirable. But people won’t just spot your product and decide on a whim to get a brand...

The age of big data is here. Over the course of a week, billions of pieces of content are created and spread all over the web. Indeed, on average, 500 million tweets are sent everyday. Yet, we have increasingly less time to absorb this data. Enter...

This week the RONIN girls have been getting involved in The Guardian’s Be Yourself at Work campaign.  In a campaign to raise awareness for International Women’s Day, on 8th March, the publisher called for people to Tweet ‘the one piece of advice you’d give to a...

The 10 biggest mistakes designers make: 1. Not understanding the brief How can you expect to create what the client wants without a clear idea of what they are looking for? From the beginning, take time to read or listen to the brief carefully, make notes and...