News from Lunaria Ltd. Lunaria Ltd. are based at Summerhall, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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News, Nidd Press

We have just completed a website for Phil Knight of Nidd Press. Phil has just set up his own publishing company and explains the reasons why: In 2009 I was touring a performance piece devised from a series of poems I had written as a meditation on the Greek story of Prometheus. These poems made […]

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News, Cuba Conservation Trust

We have working a new web site for the Cuban Conservation Trust an Edinburgh Charity who are working to preserve Cuba’s architectural heritage. As Cuba enters a dramatic new era of its development, it is paying the price of lack of building maintenance and the US embargo in many different ways. The crumbling infrastructure of […]

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News – Signs, Seeds and Woods

We currently involved in a really interesting project, well it’s two projects really. The first involves organising the completion of a Himalayan Garden in the Hermitage of Braid, Edinburgh. The second is a pilot project aimed at expanding the British Sign Language (BSL) glossary of signs for botanical subjects. Although it probably doesn’t appear immediately […]

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News, Online Boutique

We have been working closely with Scott Heron to produce a new web site for Edinburgh based Interior Designer Jessica Buckley. The redesigned site,  which launched earlier in the month features a portfolio of her work along with an online boutique. Jessica had very clear ideas about how she wanted the site to look […]

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Apple Mail – Accepting security certificates

If you are using Apple Mail you may find that you have difficulty logging into your email account following our recent update of our Security Certificate. This is quite a common issue with Macs. The following should help to explain what going on and instruct you on how to accept the updated certificate In most […]

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Email Authentication – important deadline 31-Jan 2015

As discussed in this earlier post, we use shared certificates to provide you with secure authentication to our mail servers. These shared certificates expire every 12 months and our current ones will expire on the 31st Jan 2015. They will automatically be replaced with new ones but you may find that your mail client/program complains […]

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News, Financial Express

India’s Financial Express has just run an article of Annie George. The piece discusses Annie’s Festival Fringe production the Bridge which is centres on the life of her grandfather, the writer and poet Paduthottu Mathen John. The feature includes an image that we created during rehearsals for the show. Click on the image for a […]

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News, The bridge by Annie George

I have just completed the promotional material for Annie George’s forthcoming production “The Bridge” which is being premièred as part of this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe “The Bridge is a solo performance piece, blending text, sound and visual design. The starting point is a quest to piece together the life and lost work of Paduthottu Mathen […]

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News, Graffiti Wall

I was asked to document the results of a community initiative that involved the creation of a “graffiti wall” on the back of Craiglockhart Sports Centre. The artwork was completed several years ago by a group of local artists. I don’t have the names of those involved but if you know anyone that contributed, please […]

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News, Corporate Portraiture

We just completed a portraiture session with two of the staff members at Xpress Recruitment. The Xpress team are always busy and time was a factor so we set up a temporary “studio” at their premises so that we could capture the images on-site. In the past I have photographed most, if not at all, […]

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News, Ports of Scotland exhibition stand

Ports of Scotland needed to renew their “pop up” and “pull up” banners and asked if we would be able to help out. We provided the required design input and arrange for production and delivery.

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News, Ports of Scotland web site

Lunaria have hosted the Ports of Scotland web site for some years now and we have just finished an update to its look, feel and functionality. The object of the update was to make the site easier to use and to give it a more contemporary. The main challenge was to restructure the existing written […]

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Email Authentication and Encryption

This topic causes annoyance on a regular basis for many, including ourselves. Here are some tips on keeping your email secure with a minimum of hassle. Why should I use email authentication and encryption ? When you send or receive email, the first step is to authenticate yourself with the mail server. This involves sending your […]