Ant Join’s The MakoMedia Team

Ant Join’s The MakoMedia Team

  MakoMedia are happy to announce Ant as the newest member of the team, Ant joins the Mako Family as our new Digital Media Developer. Let’s hear what Ant has to say: “Hey everyone my names Ant and I’m the newest addition to the Mako team. I hope this...
When should I post to my facebook business page?

When should I post to my facebook business page?

We often get asked when is the best time to post to a facebook business page? The truth is that it all depends on the business sector and their followers. The infographic below shows the markets for different industries and the best times to catch and interact with...
Fusion (Halton Youth Service) Logo Design

Fusion (Halton Youth Service) Logo Design

Halton Youth Service decided to rebrand to make their brand more “youth friendly”. Halton Youth Services is an umbrella service for all of the youth services in Halton. They came to MakoMedia to help create their new brand, name and logo. It...
Halton’s Olympic Torch Celebration DVD

Halton’s Olympic Torch Celebration DVD

Halton welcomed the arrival of the Olympic torch on it’s trip around the UK by putting on a performance at the Brindley arts centre in Runcorn. Students from local schools got the chance to showcase their dancing, singing and acting talents in front of a sellout...
Intellectual Property – Copyright or Copywrong?

Intellectual Property – Copyright or Copywrong?

This TED video on intellectual property rights from Kirby Ferguson, a New York filmmaker, author and speaker, proposes the notion that everything we create is made from constituent parts that at some time belonged to someone else, so the idea of copyright is...
Lights, Camera, Slow Mo Action!

Lights, Camera, Slow Mo Action!

Advancements in cameras (or more specifically frame rates) has lead to some really cool applications, like all those super slow motion replays we now see during the major sporting events on TV These super slow motion clips are captured at a whopping 1000 fps (frames...