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

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News, The Way of the Woods

We have just completed another photographic assignment for Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS). The brief was to photograph the final session of “The Way Of Woods” project which was delivered over the last few months by Joanna Boyce of Creative Art Works. The project plan was focused on delivering an innovative outdoor creative arts/environmental project specifically […]

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News, The Bridge

Playwrite and Film Maker Annie George is currently putting together a new piece that will be premiered at this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The work will centre around the life of her grandfather, a poet and academic in 1940’s India. Annie approached us to help create an identity for use in the forthcoming publicity for […]

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News, Heartbleed ?

You may have heard reports in the media concerning the Heartbleed bug which is a vulnerability in a widely-used security software library. The good news is that our server was patched on April 7th 2014, closing this security hole. We would stress that, to date, there is no evidence that the security of the our […]

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News, WordPress 3.8.2 Security Release

We like WordPress and use it a lot, most of the sites we design and built have WordPress at their core. We are not alone it is estimated that around 60 million people this software for their online CMS (content management system). WordPress is constantly evolving and, as you may have heard in the media, […]

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News, Lunaria re-launched as Lunaria Ltd.

Lunaria has re-launched and is now formally established as Lunaria Ltd. This took place a few months ago. You may already know of the change however we felt that it was important to take the time to make an “official” announcement to valued clients, contacts and friends. The directors of Lunaria Ltd. are Lindsay Snedden […]

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News, Server migration complete

The migration to the new Lunaria server is now very much complete. We would like to take this opportunity to thank those of you who now have your website and email accounts hosted with us. We understand how traumatic even minor updates to your web services can appear so thank you for your valuable feedback […]

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News, History Board “official” unveiling

Yesterday I was invited to the “official” unveiling of the History Board that we created for the Friends of Craiglockhart Woods and Nature Trail. Local councillor Gavin Corbett (Scottish Green Group) said a few words and then the veil (well, a tartan rug really) was drawn back. Two children from Craiglockhart Primary School who had […]

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News, Spring Holi Day

It’s while since Lunaria have been directly involved in helping to create an event so when the opportunity arose to help create a “Spring Holi Day” for the Forestry Commission Scotland I jumped at the change. For those that don’t already know… “Holi is a spring festival also known as festival of colours, and sometimes […]

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News, Duddingston Festival

Joanna at Creative Art Works asked if I would be interested in helping out with the newly created Duddingston Festival. I was keen to be involved as new projects like this always present the opportunity to create something new and hopefully help to contribute to the success of the project. The Duddingston Festival was primarily […]

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News. History Board.

We have just erected an information board next to Craiglockhart Pond in Edinburgh. The board gives a brief history of the area known locally as “Happy Valley”. It gained this name at the end of the 19th century when it was home to a dance hall, boating pond, and curling rink making it a popular […]

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We were lucky enough to be chosen by Just-Nepal to help put together the visual elements required for the companies emerging brand identity. I say lucky because it turned out to a be a really interesting project. The work involved developing a logo, creating the printed materials needed for the launch (leaflets, business cards, and […]

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News. Phi Group, Bearsden

I recently completed some on-site photography for Phi Group. The shots detail timber “crib” retaining walls that had just completed as part of a housing development in Bearsden near Glasgow. It took a couple of trips to get the shots. Despite the favourable weather forecast, it was raining so hard on the first visit to […]

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News. At last, we have updated the website.

As you can hopefully see, I have taken a wee bit of time to update the website. Nothing too drastic, I just wanted to keep it fresh, share some of the new work we have been doing over the last couple of months and look back over over a few of the projects that we […]

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News. New Server now up and running

So far everything has gone really smoothly however existing clients who have migrated to the site should be aware of the following: How will the change effect your website? There may be a brief transitional period where visitors to your web site will see a message saying “This account has moved”. The duration will depend […]