It was once a child’s dream that one day, robots would take over the world.
Logo and motif design is an ancient art that is still vitally important today. Years ago, pre printing press, tradesmen would hang pictorial signs over their shop doors to depict their business. Official seals would be used to show authenticity and authority. Nowadays we use a logo or trademark to do a number of things.
A real focus on connectivity across devices, virtual and augmented reality developments and competition to design features that the smartphone market hasn’t seen before.
It’s the time of year again when you start to notice a sharp, alarming increase in facial hair amongst men. Yes, it’s Movember.
It’s been a successful week at Pelican with the installation of The Student Housing Company’s new interactive application at Bentley House in the city of Birmingham.
This month we find out a little bit more about our Account Manager, Rachel Messer…
Following the success of an industry-first app we created to enable students to explore The Student Housing Company’s off-plan residences in Southampton earlier this year, the technology is now going to be used for the award-winning student accommodation operator’s three new campuses across the UK and another in Ireland.
Today, Pelican staff gave the Great British Bake Off a run for their money. Forever at the forefront, we hosted our MacMillan Coffee morning a day early ( nothing to do with Fi taking a cheeky weekend to Portugal and not wanting to miss cake!)
Forget the hype surrounding Pokémon GO, because we’ve created a new property marketing app for developers wanting to create better communication with their homebuyers within the post reservation/pre-completion period of construction.
The ability to build a house in just two days? That sounds like an enviable skill without at least one cup of coffee, but it’s exactly what Fast Brick Robotics have created their robotic builder, Hadrian X, to do.
This year, our brave team at Pelican adventured to Go Ape at Thetford for our annual summer party and an hour of forest segway. Thetford Forest is the UK’s largest man-made lowland forest, managed by the Forestry Commission and spanning over 47,000 acres.
As London Technology Week 2016 – a festival of live events celebrating London as a global powerhouse of tech innovation – came to an end last week, it got us thinking about the future of technology.