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Avoid Common Web Page Design Mistakes While Designing a Website.
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Why Drupal Is Ideal For E-Commerce?
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Decoding The All New Laravel
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How to Choose Between Symfony, Laravel or Yii?
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#SXSW2016: Seeing is Believing!
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Mad Men and Mad Technology: Ad Tech Delhi 2016
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Measure over Matters
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Pagla Photoshoot – Ringing in 2016 with a bit of craze
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Logo Maker vs. Logo Designer
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Evie Clercx of Capital Numbers Interviewed at SXSW

In today’s fast paced market, having a unique and compelling website is a necessity rather than an option. This is more so in the case of small and medium businesses, which do not have the necessary resources to compete with the larger and more influential businesses. Websites with sloppy design features are beginning to emerge at an alarming rate. Many business owners design their own websites in order to avoid hiring a web designer. This can be due to anything from efforts to reduce spending to wanting to maintain management of its own marketing campaigns. What they may not realize is that these decisions have consequences that can negatively affect the company’s future reputation.

What happens if a website is not designed well?

For a small or medium scale business, competing on an equal footing with industry leaders is not always possible. Several limitations, like stringent budgets for marketing campaigns, and the inadequacy of funds and resources, prevent small businesses from competing with their larger counterparts. Which is why, for a small business, the website is such a vital component for its branding and marketing success. The look of the website is crucial to make a lasting impression on visitors to a website. A company deficient in this area will prove to be disastrous. A poorly designed website can result in the continuous loss of a company’s customer base.

Common web design mistakes to avoid

Making a website design too flashy:

Many people don’t know the difference between a website and an over-the-top design. A flashy web page design may attract visitors to the site, but care should be taken to help them easily navigate the website and find all the details easily and promptly. Also, a website which is too full of images, texts, and flash images will make a website difficult to navigate and leave its visitors thoroughly confused.

Avoiding ambiguity:

A lot of websites will go the opposite way and put next to no information on their website, which presents visitors with a dull and incomplete message. Although minimalism in design can work well in some cases, it has to be done thoughtfully. The website should provide complete information regarding the company, its products and services, as well as their customer care. The website’s content should answer customer queries or at least direct them to a solution.

Using content ineffectively:

Publishing suitable and good quality content is crucial for getting a good SEO ranking. Apart from being essential for a company’s marketing campaign, the content gives the website visitors information about the company, and provides industry news regarding the products and services. Content should be original, unique and checked for plagiarism. Also, the content should be updated regularly.

Navigation Problems:

Navigation problems are a common problem with many websites. If left unaddressed, they can have terrible consequences for the business. As future customers, first time visitors to your website will expect all the information to be accurate and up-to-date, as well as being easy to navigate. When the navigation of a website is tricky or full of glitches, or if the search bar is difficult to locate, visitors tend to simply move on to another website.

Targeting specific audiences:

Targeting specific audiences is a key factor for the success of many businesses and is even more important when it comes to small or medium scale businesses. The nature, style and layout of the website has significant impact when it comes to attracting a particular customer base. A website can be playful and fun or, it can be highly formal and professional in its tone, depending on the nature of products or services offered.

Placing ads incorrectly:

Allowing ads on your website might be a necessity at times. As they are regarded as one of the main sources of income for blogs, proper attention must be given to the placement and layout of the ads present alongside your content. Too many ads, pop-ups and flash animations, especially the ones with loud noises, can be immensely off-putting. If that does happen, then that can lead to significant losses for the company. Attention should be given to making the pop-up ads easy to close, at the very least.

A good website plays an important role in developing the brand image and marketing strategies of a business – especially a small or medium scale one. Special care must therefore be taken to design it.

One of the most flexible CMS platforms out there is Drupal. As Drupal Commerce is integrated with Drupal, it has become difficult for other dedicated e-commerce platforms such as Prestashop or Magento to beat it. You can find thousands of websites that have been built using Drupal Commerce.  There are, of course, various Content Management Systems for e-commerce, but people are more interested in using Drupal.

The main purpose of Drupal Commerce is to develop a specification that will help in guiding the e-commerce development on Drupal. They offer a rich variety of modules that can build world class e-commerce websites. This open source can help you in creating blogs, forums, intranets, photo galleries, review websites, new aggregators, wikis, social networks and CRM. Drupal can convert your dreams into reality.

Here are some awesome reasons why you should use Drupal Commerce for your new e-commerce development:

Free For All

In the Drupal world, more than 14,000 free modules are available. There is nothing you have to pay for, which is unlike WordPress and Magento. Moreover, the community is excellent at supporting these modules with improvements and patches. The Drupal community is considered to be one of the most devoted and cohesive communities.

Easy and Uncomplicated Way of Coordinating

Since you only have to handle and work with one system, the CRO (Conversion Rate Optimisation), SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), as well as web analytics, become much easier. You don’t even need to coordinate between two different platforms.

Easy To Customise

You can create pages and blocks within the pages with the Views module, which is a type of query builder. You can also customize modules easily.

Maintenance

Since there is only one set of tools that you need to learn, it becomes very easy for you to manage and maintain a Drupal Commerce site.

Order Management Tools

The order management tools of Drupal Commerce are a part of the same administration toolset that is found in the CMS. This enables you to not only view, manage and update on the websites but also lets you send update notifications through the website.

Integration

Via a RESTful API, Drupal can integrate with external systems. This means, with third-party systems, you can extend or complement the functionality that is found in Drupal and Drupal Commerce. Also, with Drupal’s Feeds module, you can import content from external systems.

Synchronization

Compared to a two-platform system, it takes far less time to develop. You aren’t required to formally integrate between two different systems.

Adaptation

Do you want a CMS that can adapt with your business? Drupal Commerce is just what you want. it will always be adaptable, as your business grows and explores new models. This is important, as most of your site is built by configuring interfaces and modules and the layout of your site and your business logic can change anytime.

Awesome Features

Drupal Commerce offers amazing features. Features such as a complete product administration, shopping cart and checkout form. Along with various other additional e-commerce features, it supports multilingual and multi-currency.

If you ask me, Drupal is a perfect platform to build an e-commerce website. I feel it can aid in the growth of your business. Your customers can find your e-commerce site with ease and it will enhance their shopping experience. With thousands of free plugins available, you get the power to leverage more features and functions into your website.

Laravel is the most popular PHP framework in 2016. It’s free, open-source and built for MVC architecture. It mainly focuses on elegance, simplicity, readability and relies on modular packaging system and utilities that help in database and application maintenance and deployment. Its source code is hosted on GitHub and can be used across all operating systems.

The latest stable version Laravel 5.3 is now available and the Laravel team has added a lot of features for improving developer speed by adding additional out of the box improvements for common tasks.

  • Laravel Scout – New driver based solution for adding advanced search and full-text search to Eloquent models. It automatically keeps the search indexes in sync with Eloquent records by using model observers. It currently ships with an Algolia driver, however, can be easily extended with other search implementations.
  • Laravel Passport – Native OAuth2 server and API authentication package built on top of the League OAuth2 Server maintained by Alex Bilbie.
  • Laravel Mailable – PHP classes for sending emails.
  • Laravel Notifications – API for sending notifications across a variety of delivery channels, mail, SMS (via Nexmo) and Slack.
  • Laravel Echo – A Javascript package installable via NPM which provides an API for subscribing to channels and listening for server-side events in client-side JavaScript application. It includes support for Pusher and Socket.io.
  • Laravel Elixir – The new version (6.0) contains baked-in support for the Webpack and Rollup Javascript module bundlers.

Few of the upcoming features in next version (5.4) of Laravel are:

    • JSON Based Language Files – For better support and handling of multilingual project requirements and applications.
    • Laravel Blade Components & Slots – Ability to add Components & Slots to Blade templates.
  • Higher Order Messaging For Collections

Compared to Laravel 5.2, there are few changes also in Laravel 5.3 which are worth mentioning:

  • In Laravel 5.2, the routes file (routes.php) was in the Http directory (app\Http\routes.php) whereas in Laravel 5.3, routes is a new folder (top first level) which contains two files namely web.php and api.php. Thus there is no routes.php file in Laravel 5.3 and you can set up routes for web and API separately using these two files.
  • The middleware group registering file (app\Http\Kernel.php) contains separately defined middleware group for web and API in Laravel 5.3. Similarly in route service provider file (app\Providers\RouteServiceProvider.php) also, web and API specific routes are defined separately.
  • The app directory in Laravel 5.3 is more simple. In Laravel 5.2, there were folders like Events, Jobs, Listeners and Policies which were not always used by default. In Laravel 5.3, these folders are not available natively and you have to run associated commands to create that on-demand.
  • The Fluent Query Builder in Laravel 5.3 now returns Collection (Illuminate\Support\Collection) instances instead of plain arrays.
  • There is a new cache() global helper in Laravel 5.3 which can perform three primary functions – get, put or return an instance of the backing service.
  • While using the for each and for else Blade directives, $loop object is available for each iteration.
  • A new toggle() method is available on all belongsToMany relationships which solves the issue of deleting an existing pivot table record or adding a new one.
  • The uploaded File instance has a new store() method for storing files on the server including S3.

Laravel’s modular packaging system, user-friendliness, and elegance have generated huge interest among developers and customers worldwide and it is expected to continue staying at the top. The main benefits which this framework offer are:

  • Fast and secure development.
  • Well-organized, reusable and maintainable coding options.
  • Scalability of web apps.
  • High level security.
  • Follows the OOP (Object-Oriented Programming), MVC (Model-View-Controller) patterns and security which ensures the separation of presentation and logic.
  • Promotes advanced and modern web development practices.

Because of its simplicity, easy learning curve, and rapid application development support, we at  Capital Numbers are extensively using Laravel to develop large, robust and efficient web applications and customized solutions, REST API (using Lumen which is a stunningly fast PHP Micro-Framework by Laravel) and deliver bug-free codes by performing unit tests.

PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely-used open source general-purpose server-side scripting language that is especially suited for web development. With the latest introduction of PHP7, a revolution has been created in the way we deliver applications that power everything from websites and mobile to enterprises and the cloud. PHP7 has brought explosive performance improvements, drastically reduced memory consumption, and a host of brand-new language features to make your apps soar. 82% of the websites are developed using PHP and few of the most popular websites are Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo, Flickr, Tumblr, and WordPress. It is with this, that we come straight to the point. Programming is an art and using a framework streamlines application development by automating many of the patterns employed for a given purpose, adds structure to the code, prompting the developer to write better, more readable / maintainable code and ultimately makes programming easier since it packages complex operations into simple statements. The top 3 best PHP frameworks are Laravel, Symfony, and Yii Framework. Our task is to make an educated comparison between the three and decide on the best choice out of these.

How Should We Compare?

Before we get down to actual comparison, we need to look at the criteria, based on which, we need to weigh the platforms:

  1. Which framework would offer me the greatest functionality in the context of my work?
  2. Is the framework scalable at all? If so, to what degree?
  3. How long does it normally take to get comfortable with each of the three frameworks?
  4. Of the three, which framework provides LTS or Long Term Support?
  5. Does the framework have strong community support?

So, let’s begin the comparison:

As far as Web 2.0 applications are concerned, all three frameworks are equally efficient. Templating engines are chiefly used to make the job of coding easier (especially those ends, which are front-end in nature). These engines provide the feature of automated HTML muting and filtering, which is yet another reason for an average programmer to desire a PHP framework, with the best templating functions.

  • Symfony: Symfony uses Twig which is a flexible, fast and secure template engine  for PHP. This template engine compiles templates down to plain optimized PHP code, so the overhead compared to regular PHP code is reduced to the very minimum. Twig has a sandbox mode to evaluate untrusted template code. This allows Twig to be used as a template language for applications where users may modify the template design. Twig is powered by a flexible lexer and parser. This allows the developer to define its own custom tags and filters, and create its own DSL.
  • Laravel: Laravel uses Blade which is simple, yet powerful templating engine. Unlike other popular PHP templating engines, Blade does not restrict you from using plain PHP code in your views and driven by template inheritance and sections. In fact, all Blade views are compiled into plain PHP code and cached until they are modified, meaning Blade adds essentially zero overhead to your application. Blade view files use the .blade.php file extension and are typically stored in the resources/views directory.
  • Yii Framework: Yii doesn’t utilize any third-party templating system by default, which means that the choice of template is flexible and changeable to a great extent, depending on the convenience of the development team. Generally, users are offered a choice between Twig and Smarty, both of which are fairly popular.

Main Differences Between the Frameworks:

The chief differences which exist between these three frameworks (other than the ones described above) lie in the strength and resilience of each framework.

  • Symfony: Symfony framework is built on top of the Symfony components. These components are a set of decoupled and reusable components on which the best PHP applications like Drupal, phpBB, eZ Publish, Joomla and Magento are built. Even Laravel Framework uses few of these components. There are about thirty-four such components in Symfony. Also, recently Symfony achieved 100% PHP7 compatibility.
  • Laravel: Laravel is a full-stack framework because it handles everything from web serving to database management right down to HTML generation. It comes with an excellent command-line tool named Artisan that can be used to generate skeleton code and database schema stubs. Artisan handles everything from database schema migration to asset and configuration management. Laravel differs from other vertically integrated environments in its strong preference for convention over configuration. Whereas some Java, Python or PHP frameworks often require lots of XML configuration, Laravel requires almost none (or perhaps only a few lines of PHP) to get started. This aversion to configuration files makes for a very distinctive and recognizable code structure that is the same across all Laravel apps.
  • Yii Framework: Yii is a pure OOP framework, and takes advantage of some of PHP’s more advanced features, including late static binding, SPL classes and interfaces, and anonymous functions. Virtually almost every component of this framework is highly extensible. It has one of the most powerful tools called ‘Gii’ which is a web-based and highly configurable code scaffolding tool which allows to quickly create code templates for models, controllers, forms, modules, extensions, CRUD controller actions, and views. It is also tightly integrated with Codeception that helps simplify the process of creating unit, functional and acceptance tests for your application.

Now, we come to the installation part. A huge advantage here is that all three frameworks can be installed via the use of Composer, and hence, is all hassle-free to install. Still, let the differences be underlined:

  • Symfony: It uses the Composer PHP dependency manager which plays a pivotal role in correctly installing and managing the components of the Symfony framework. Symfony version 2 assists the users with a demo app for proper and immaculate guidance.
  • Laravel: Beside Composer, this framework can also be installed via the Laravel Installer.
  • Yii Framework: This provides the user with a template to follow and a web application after you install it; thus, making your work a smooth-sailing one, if you choose to work with Yii. In this way, Yii is an improvement on Symfony.

As far as performance, development, learning curve and database/community support is concerned, we have to look at the following:

  • Symfony: Symfony framework supports all PDO-supported databases including NoSQL and Graph databases.
  • Laravel: This one is simply outstanding as far as the ‘learning curve speed’ goes. Coming complete with installation guidelines and user manuals, it is the greatest when it comes to providing users with a clean and complete view of how to use it. And hence, the learning curve is the least when it comes to Laravel. Its performance, however, is a low point. It provides the slowest speed, where real-time data collection and response communication is concerned. It also supports fewer databases compared to Symfony.
  • Yii Framework: This one is the most high-performance framework of the lot, and hence, ideal for designing mobile apps and social networking sites. It supports six databases, the same as Laravel.

Conclusion

In conclusion, we can only say that all three frameworks have uses and applications of their own, which no other framework can possibly match up to. Symfony offers LTS release, is the most stable out of the three, is component-based and has great learning resource. Yii has Ajax support, is great for developing real-time applications, and is the best when it comes to creating Restful Web Services. Finally coming to Laravel, it is currently the most popular (’15-’16), offers the best support to Composer for package management, has the best packages and deals for framework functionality extension, and is great for unit testing. So, study all the merits of each one carefully, and take your pick.

Capital Number_SXSW

We had heard a lot about it over the years. The moment we decided that we would be going this year, we had started lapping up all about it from the internet. We wanted to be prepared for every little thing that might come our way during our stay at Austin. But we were only fooling ourselves.

You can never know what SXSW is, unless you see it for yourself.

From the moment we landed in Austin we were greeted with buzzing streets, thrumming neighbourhoods and nonchalant embrace of thousands of curious eyes all in search of keyholes to the past, present and the future.

We knew that SXSW is the most diverse conference in the world with attendees and exhibitors from around the world. We knew it would be huge. But believe us when we say that it was YHUGE!

We were drowning in and out of conversations with some of the world’s best innovators; the opportunity to hear them discuss their ambitious visions was absolutely exhilarating.

As mentioned a few days back, we had set up a booth (Stand 1530) at the conference. The response at the booth was excellent. We had the opportunity to meet with several brands, business owners and start-ups and talk about potential working areas for the future.

Mr Jason Dodd, our US Country Head delivered a live Pitch on the stage in front of a packed audience. He explained how Capital Numbers helps organisations save about 20% to 40% on Digital Production costs which they can then spend in a bigger distribution of content.

Here’s an excerpt of his pitch:

Capital Numbers offers In-Demand Skills,  On-Demand. We got a team of over 300 Designers, Developers and Digital Marketers who are available exclusively for you on full-time or part-time basis. Unlike Upwork, these guys are our full time in-house employees. So, we are responsible to guide them with technical and creative direction so they provide you with that consistent, high quality output.

Most organisations break Digital into 4 step process i.e. Strategy, Creative, Production and Distribution. Did you know that production costs represent nearly 30% – 50% of any organisations Digital Budget? But that’s not the worst part; a bigger challenge is that agencies cannot become truly strategic in their digital thinking when they are constrained by that “in-house designer who is sitting idle”. Resource constraints or availability often translates to thinking constraints.

Capital Numbers helps organisations to remove these constraints and helps them save about 20% to 40% on Digital Production costs which they can then spend in a bigger distribution of content. Thus we are a Digital Production Outsourcing Company! 

We are working with some of the biggest agencies, publishers and start-ups in the world as their partner for Digital Production. We believe that this is huge market, with the US alone spending nearly $600 Bn dollars in Digital this year. Our target markets are highly creative but technically handicapped.

Our business model is innovative because we can now tell these guys that they can decouple the production process from everything else and thus become truly strategic and solution agnostic. These guys would rather not deal with technical stuff and we give them just that – “Digital Production as a Service”.

Here are some of our pictures from SXSW 2016

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We wanted to speak to everyone, try out every new wearable, and even all the concerts but most of our time was rather happily spent talking to people about Capital numbers and how we could add value to their product or business. We look forward to hitting Austin again in mid of March next year to revel in the extravaganza that is SXSW.

*BRB, enquiring about details for next year*

If you feel that we can help you reduce your digital spend a well, then get in touch and get a free, no obligation proposal for your project within 12 hours. Contact us now.

 

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If creativity is the soul of an advertisement, then technology is its wings.

In the last couple of years, we have learnt our lessons. Technology is rapidly changing the way we consume information, and it’s literally turning the Ad World upside down and up again on a daily basis.

As digital marketers, we continuously scamper around to find ground in this very dynamic ecosystem, and conferences like Ad:Tech are the ideal hotspot for new realizations, revelation and future directions.

Inoculating – boosting the digital bug

The digital fever is rampant, yes, but there are still people who are questioning its need and lifespan. Well to say the least, if any of those people attended Ad:Tech 2016, we can be rest assured that they have got the bug too. One of the most prime focus areas of the conference was to promote digital marketing and related technologies among advertisers and it did so beautifully.

Look at the sessions in the conference and you will know how

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Big Stage – Giant Players

Like every conference we attend, we had set up a booth at Ad Tech 2016 too. A booth always gives us a tangible platform to share our ideas and engage with the attendees. The response to our booth was overwhelming. We got a chance to speakto several global brands and exchanges our ideas of how we see digital marketing growing in the times to come.

Ad:Tech 2016 was held in New Delhi. Our representatives, Anindya Mukherjee –Director, Operations and Saurabh Dhanuka – Account Manager, Sales and Marketing had flown down to attend it. They were pretty excited about the conferences and we can safely say that they were not disappointed at all. In fact when asked about his experiences in Ad:Tech Saurabh said that it was pretty satisfactory, and went on to add

“I was not expecting such bigger brands to be part of this trade show. We got to interact with some really good brands. It made us understand the need of 360 degree digital marketing for these brands.”

Here are some pictures from their visit

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Did you attend Ad Tech 2016 as well? If yes share your experiences with us in the comments below!

We at Capital Numbers are constantly looking for newer and more effective ways in which we can digitally channel your marketing goals, visit us at http://www.capitalnumbers.com/digital_marketing.php to know more.

5 Metrics that are a must for a successful web-project

5 Metrics that are a must for a Successful Web Project

It’s raining data. There is data everywhere. It’s pouring data on the streets and at coffee tables. There’s no questioning its necessity or ubiquitous nature anymore. But, for those of us who are regularly seeking data to make decisions know how overwhelming such enormous amount of data can be.

Specifically when it comes to tracking the performance of website/web applications, analytics boast of providing us with a diverse and comprehensive range of data. Considering all while making a decision might not be practically feasible, so here’s a list of data that you must consider which monitoring your web project:

  • Traffic – Because the party is where the cars are headed

You always know where the party is in town by looking at where all the cars are headed. Traffic for websites indicates the same. It is collection of the number of visits and visitors to your website, collected as sessions and users. Number of visits, specifically is one of the great overall pictures of your site performance. It also gives you a fair idea of how well your marketing strategies are working.

  • Bounce Rate: Because Palat!

If they love you, they will always look back. This is King Khan’s infallible formula to know whether he has been able to charm his lady love. The man’s a genius really, because the same applies for your websites as well. Thus Bounce Rate – The percentage of single-page site visits is an important metric to consider as a general signal of user engagement & content quality.

  • Time on Site – Because you’ve got to give it some time!

The best gift you can receive/give is time. Time on Site is a measure of the amount of time your users are spending with your site and is thus a clear signal of how engaged they are with your site. Google uses this metric as well while deciding on how good a site is, thus ToS extremely essential from a SEO point of view as well.

  • Click Through Rate – Because Aur dikhao!

Do users feel like knowing more of you whenever they stumble on your link on search engines or elsewhere? Click through Rate measures just that. It helps you understand how well your site is performing through search engine results and can direct you to improve your listings.

  • Conversions – Because karam karo aur fal ki chinta bhi karo!

There is always a business goal to a web presence. Is your website fulfilling that goal? Check your conversions to figure that out. Conversions are quantifiable measurement of expected or desired site outcomes. They directly reflect on the effectiveness of website and marketing efforts.

There are hundreds of factors that can indicate the performance of the website. This piece highlights some of the most important ones. Now mind you, no one metric in isolation is a clear indication of how well your webpage is performing. So you need to choose the metrics mentioned above and others depending on which aspect of site performance you are interested in. Is it its Search Engine Optimization, its Content, its Design, or something else?

 

At Capital Numbers we always try to find the most efficient, reliable and cost-effective solution for our clients. Visit http://www.capitalnumbers.com to know more about how we can help you design an effective web project.

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It was THE 31st! The very last day to shrug off all the blues and put on the war mask to fight more gracefully and harder in 2016, the very last day to cherish and appreciate the best we have lived in 2015. The way we spend 31st sets the mood for the year to come and we at Capital Numbers decided that there is no better way than indulging in things we love most – technology, art and spending time with our team!

We planned an activity and called it the Pagla Photoshoot. We decided to do this crazy photo shoot outdoors with the theme of Star Wars and Inside Out. We can safely say that all of us are movie fanatics and for such a diverse set of people the choice of movies was surprisingly unanimous. We like the rest of the word, were bitten by the Star Wars bug too and as people who appreciate good animation, for us Inside Out stood out in 2015. What made us enjoy the activity even more was that the movies besides having some of the best visual effects we have seen in a while, explored a range of emotions, emotions that make us human.

Here’s what some of our team members have to share about the day:

While finishing my daily chores before coming to office I thought we must not let this year bid us adieu just like that, instead we should have a blast while enjoying the last rays of the sun. The quick acceptance of my crazy fun photo-shoot idea proves that everybody loves to enjoy the 31st and I am everybody got their quota of madness and craziness filled that day. I super love the Star Wars series so it was hell of a fun to pose with Star Wars as a theme and get clicked by our favourite Photographer Soutrik Sengupta.

– Vijaya Das

It has been an awesome experience for me where I had to shoot outdoors (for the first time!) based on the concept designed primarily by Vijaya and finally executing by posting it on social media, thus welcoming New Year 2016 in a creative way. Cheers to the entire TEAM CN.

-Soutrik Sengupta

I was so happy after the photo shoot that I described it in detail to all my friends and felt so proud being part of this organization. We all, irrespective of the designation/experience/age, have that ability to work and find enough time for our recreation. And to have this, the authorities are with us, always.

– Prtitheema Dutta

It was New Year’s eve and I had enjoyed a lot with the team.I personally think, we need this type of refreshment activity in our daily work life. The ultimate outcome of this photo shoot was even more beautiful, the very very creative art works. Thank you Vijaya and the team for arranging this!

– Sourav Mondal

The photo-shoot was reminder for us not to be unhappy that the old year has gone…it has made place for the new where we can fulfil all our unfinished tasks. Cheers to 2016!!

– Malay Gupta

It was an awesome event. I’ve enjoyed it from the core of my heart. Can only say “Cheers” to our “Pagalpanti shoot”.

-Tirthankar Basu

We , the CNits had gone crazy at 31st Dec! It was a sudden decision, to shoot photographs and welcome 2016 in our own way. We all agreed that the theme should be of INSIDE OUT & STAR WARS & we posed like the characters of those films. I posed as YODA from star wars & My God it was awesome & so much fun!

– Poulomi Ghosh

I am used to perform in stage shows. But I had never acted in this type of model photography. The concept is very good, all the moods of 2015 in a single frame. I am thankful to my team for selecting me to be a part of this photoshoot.

-Utpal Ghosh

For me ‘The pagla Photoshoot’ experience was awesome. I really loved all the madness created by us and we had a wonderful last day celebration of 2k15. Happy New year to all of you!

– Saikat Samanta

During my two years in the CN family I had never been so excited to celebrate the 31st afternoon! Generally I would like to stay far away from camera for my super photogenic face and extra smart appearance, as you know 😉 But that day I decided to stand in front of the camera as that would have been my first published photo throughout the year!

Anyway, jokes apart, I am really fortunate to be a member of CN. I love to work here just because I can enjoy interesting events throughout the year. I believe we can have more fun this year and I will definitely try to propose more concepts for fun in our work. Love CN!

-Deepra Bhattacharya

For me the “Pagla Photoshoot” experience was “FANTABULOUS”. No wait a minute… It was “MIRINDA-BULOUS” :D.. The idea of ‘Getting out of same boring life and get some Madness’ is just “FATAFATI”… Because “Pagalpanti bhi….. Jarurri hay….”.

-Satyaki Chakroborty

What started out as a random call for a photo-shoot on the last day of the year turned out to be one of the best memories that we have made with our team members! We hope to create more of such moments this year, so that days like these inspire us to bring out the best in each other!

 

From March 15 through 18, Capital Numbers was in Austin to participate in the SXSW Trade Show. The four-day show witnessed hundreds of targeted connections and new discoveries through niche exhibit categories.

Capital Numbers, whose 200+ employees are already serving some prominent clients like Fool.com, Harvard University, Thomson Rueters, Condé Nast, Matches Fashion, Doosan, My Pay Network and Ordina, witnessed a huge footfall at their booth throughout the event.

An ISO 9001 Certified, D&B Registered and a Certified Google Partner, Capital Numbers offers In-Demand Skills, On-Demand, acting as an extended team through offshore hiring for over 200 international clients including start-ups, SMEs, digital agencies and large enterprises alike.

Check Evie Clercx of Capital Numbers talk about benefits of Hiring Web Designers, Web Developers, Mobile App Developers & Search Engine Marketing Experts from the company at SXSW.

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