Growing a family is one of the most fulfilling things, equally it can be a logistical nightmare. Here’s why I asked to work 4 day week
Prioritisation is a necessary evil of every product development lifecycle. Deciding what to build, where to focus limited resources and what customers segments to target are questions that face every organisation on a day to day basis. So with this being the case, why is it that companies do it so badly?
I take you through some of the highlights of UX London 2017. A three day conference in South East London which offered talks and workshops from industry experts, Day 3 was Design day.
I take you through some of the highlights of UX London 2017. A three day conference in South East London which offered talks and workshops from industry experts, Day 2 was Service day.
I take you through some of the highlights of UX London 2017. A three day conference in South East London which offered talks and workshops from industry experts, Day 1 was Product day.
A group of us recently went to David McCandless’ talk at the Royal Institute. Spoiler – it was brilliant. Here’s how it got a couple of us thinking
We've seen a massive increase in the number of disruptive technologies emerging over the past few years. New tools, new tech and a new workforce have all fuelled this - we're no longer designing for a single, lonely user, but for an array of globally interconnected people.
As this scale changes, so must our design.
Last week, I was invited to speak to some of the industry’s most creative people about innovation. Specifically, I was asked to choose one of the thirty or so shortlisted entries to Cannes Innovation Lions that didn’t win and openly discuss what I liked or disliked about it. “Why me?” I wondered, but thought it would be fun.
Slack (the communication software) is used by 5 million people on a daily basis (that's roughly the entire population of Norway), signed in for on average 10 hours per day - sending direct messages, sharing files, funny cat GIFS, making calls, you name it...
We’re a curious bunch of people and love poking our nose into new things. So we thought we’d share a preview of our brand new office.
Last month I spent a week in a summer school in castle in Bertinoro, Italy, learning about programming language implementation. As soon as I saw friends talking about this summer camp my eyes were shining with excitement. It was a great opportunity for me to know more about research in programming languages and deepen my current knowledge on it.
This month’s React meet-up was at Skillsmatter (near Red Badger’s HQ); there was plenty of pizza, beer and React geekery.
Scaling a company can be a bumpy ride but there are some key things you must do to ensure you can scale without reducing the quality or value provided to your clients or customers. Alignment is a critical part of your transformation as you scale.
In the build up to React London 2017, we were planning to have questions asked by conference attendees to the speakers and QA panel throughout the day. However, this raised a number of issues.