With Storm Ali on the way, make sure you barricade the doors and windows, get some tins of spam at the ready, and read through some interesting articles that we’ve picked out for you from the past week.
In a world where consumer demand changes as fast as the direction of the wind, building native applications for proprietary platforms is too expensive and too slow to deliver a great customer experience. Enter React Native.
The Society of Digital Agencies is an extremely diverse community of digital agency leaders from across the globe. At the most recent General Member Meeting in Lisbon, I discovered new learnings regarding listening and empathy, and how both are critical to being a good leader.
September is here, and the back to school feeling is in the air. So get your notepad ready, your glasses on, and check out what we’ve been studying this past week.
In between wrapping our head around the fact that it’s less than 17 weeks until Christmas (and breathe...), we still found time to gather our favourite articles from the week.
As school results come out and the summer winds down, we sat down, read some articles and learned new things.
In a recent blog, we described how we built the app for Pride in London with React Native. We mentioned how important accessibility was and that it provided some new challenges. I want to describe one example in more detail: checkboxes.
Here’s what we’ve been reading this week, a look back at the family computer, looking forward to the future of retail, and more.
We’re excited to announce our inclusion into the Cloud Support category of the G-Cloud 10 Framework, part of the United Kingdom’s official Digital Marketplace.
As someone who has worked in delivery for a while I have come to trust my instincts and know when certain suggestions aren’t going to help a team to deliver. But you need more than instincts to be able to explain situations clearly to your clients. Thanks to a recent Kanban training course I now have the language and solid examples backed by theory to do just that.
A few weeks ago, I attended Women of Silicon Roundabout in London. It was a lovely couple of days with inspiring and motivating talks by women in the tech industry.
Between ice cream licks and trying to subtly wipe away sweat drips, here’s some stuff we’ve read this week.
I’ve heard numerous tales about the famous Red Badger summer parties, and this year I was lucky enough to not only attend, but also take on the challenge of branding the weekend. The Badgers and their plus ones were flown off to Malaga for a weekend of music, massages and mojitos.
Prettier is an opinionated code formatter with support for multiple languages and frameworks. It removes all original styling and ensures that all outputted code is consistent, increasing readability and eliminating arguments (think the ‘religious’ wars over tabs vs. spaces).