Introducing PR Stock – Version 2

27th June 2014

Just a few short months ago we launched our very own stock photo service, allowing any member of the press to download our own images, from Technology to City photography – all for free. It has been a big success, but we are only getting started. Today we are taking PR Stock to the next […]


Powerful new features launching today

13th June 2014

We’ve been busy at PR Slides building some exciting new features to help brands upload their images faster and easier, while also making it simple for journalists to discover new images. Today we want to tell you about some of these new features. Search We have completely rebuilt search from the ground up – giving […]


#jobfairy Three Temporary Positions

3rd June 2014

PR Slides has been growing rapidly over the past few months and we’ve been working away behind the scenes to create a world class image hub for journalists. ?We’ve got a huge amount of work to get through over the next few weeks so we’re looking for three people to help us out for the […]


Introducing Bulk Uploads

20th May 2014

Photos are the core of our service, so today we?re delighted to announce a few enhancements to our photo upload process. We have completely redesigned the upload experience to deliver a faster, simpler way of getting your images in front of the country’s biggest journalists. From today, you will get a familiar ‘Drag & Drop’ […]


Design the Details

“When you’re a carpenter making a beautiful chest of drawers, you’re not going to use a piece of plywood on the back, even though it faces the wall and nobody will ever see it. You’ll know it’s there, so you’re going to use a beautiful piece of wood on the back. For you to sleep […]


The Mail Online: Premium

12th May 2014

Be honest, you read The Mail Online – even if you don’t like to admit it. It’s the internet’s biggest guilty pleasure. The numbers prove it – as of late 2013, The Mail Online had 180 million unique readers per month. That is an astounding rate of people coming to the site, and returning each […]


What Netflix Should Look Like

6th May 2014

Unsolicited redesigns are dime a dozen in the design community nowadays but they have many benefits. They serve as an ideas building project for designers and companies, and they make users think about how their favourite products and services can be changed. We decided to look at a company we genuinely love: Netflix. They provide […]