Monday saw the much anticipated reveal of the most significant identity to launch in Britain since that of the Millennium Experience in 1999; the logo for the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Earlier this month I spent a week volunteering at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The last two weeks have been amazing. I tried my best to sample as much of the Olympic fever as I could, but with so much going on, the spectacle was overwhelming. So much to see, so little time to see it.
Olympics happen once every four years. Most are unlikely to ever experience them in their own country. I get shivers whenever I see banners with the Olympic Rings on them. This is once in a lifetime event, and I intend to make the very most of it.
Last week I was invited to Responsive Summit, a face-to-face discussion about Responsive Web Design. We talked about what we’ve learnt so far, the problems we’re continuing to face and things we’d like to change. And no, I didn’t get the Dr. Strangelove reference either.