I heard about their ways of working and I can't say any good... They've got an office in London and outsource design and dev to Russia and they try to attract big clients but at the end they have issues with communication and basic understanding of goals. They can do fluff and pretty UI animations but that's really it - tip of the iceberg syndrome
I can see what you mean with the outsourcing. The line "Is mobile app that allows to make HD quality and best rates calls." sounds like a Russian impression from the Simpsons. There are other copy mistakes as well.
When I first caught that I thought they were from a non-English country and gave them benefit of the doubt because it gets the points across... but from an agency in the UK?!?
"Borough is a social app that allows students studying abroad." lol
I find their case studies rather superficial. Is it bad practice to show more of the process/challenges of each project for agencies?
In one of their cases, they've spelt Singapore as Singapure.. lol Nice transitions thou
I just couldnt get to read the actual content! The animations and chrome were insanely overpowering, persuading me to not look at the actual work.
Some stars are faster than other stars, which is impossible... No one noticed? That turns me mad though!
Give me my scroll control back!
I personally leave a website as soon as I realize they are scroll jacking.
I couldn't see any case. Ultra high whitescreen. Oh... the scroll hijaking and the font loading errors?
Smooth interface. Nice.
Curious to see what others think of the strike-through for hover states on links. When Chris Wharton did it on his site, it seemed to twist some panties.