The IIA welcomes Spoiltchild Design Consultancy as its newest member. Spoiltchild are a former four-time nominee for Net Visionary Awards in the Design Category. And the public at large (for it is you who nominate and vote for the winning visionaries) are not wrong in nominating the Spoiltchild Design Consultancy. A quick gander through their portfolio shows depth of design and a broad range of experience. I first heard about Spoiltchild on Twitter when somebody asked their fellow twitterers to recommend a good design consultancy and another twitterer came back straightaway to recommend Spoiltchild.
I also noted that Spoiltchild recently demo-ed their new Toddle application at the TechCrunch event but was unfortunately not able to make it to the event on the day.
I’ve been with the IIA two months now (so I should really stop saying I’ve been working here six weeks) and what do I have to show for myself? Well there’s a rake of new members and anyone who had a gander at the original Membership, Marketing and Communications Manager job spec will know that I will be buying each and everyone of those a drink when I DO meet them. Please form an orderly queue. If you would also like to get a free drink from me join the IIA, you can apply online in four easy steps.
One of my other priorities has been some improvements to our site and while I know what I would like changed or added, it might not be the very thing that you would like changed or added. I have been getting some helpful comments from some of my twittering friends (Hello what? Twitter???) and as you can see they are no holds barred and I’m still standing. So c’mon IIA members – bring it on! You have probably been using the site longer than I so please tell me what you want to change, what you love, what you hate. Get it off your chest. Better out than in and all that.
The cartoon above is purely for comical affect: I will accept all comments and suggestions graciously. Please add them via comments below or email them to email@example.com.
I’ve also been inviting myself to the odd do here and there. I am looking forward to the Firefox 3 Launch party. Firefox are hoping to get into the Guinness Book of Records by having the most people downloading a piece of software at the same time. Now what would Roy make of that?