We’ve decided to launch a weekly blog with some articles that interest us, and hopefully you. From culture and opinions to tech and business news, we’re going to share five articles that have interested us in the last week.
Old-fashioned command-and-control ways of operating simply do not cut it anymore. These days, it’s all about creating an agile culture and adaptive management to get the most out of your team.
This month's meetup was once again held at the Facebook office. With the pizza and drinks arriving in good time everyone tucked in and got chatting.
Last week we invited Paul Frazee, co-founder of Beaker Browser to speak at our very first We love meet up about peer to peer. Our Tech Lead Viktor 'e-met' Paul via twitter when his blog 'The end of the cloud: A truly serverless web' went viral. We asked them to pick up their conversation about peer-to-peer and the end of the cloud in our Badger HQ so we could share their thoughts and opinions with you.
The Financial Times and Statista teamed up to identify 1000 European companies with the strongest sales growth between the years 2013 and 2016. We’re excited to announce that we've been included and are in 181st place.
In January 2018, on a holiday in Thailand, my husband and I saw the terrible effect plastic waste is having on our oceans and beaches. We decided to give up disposable plastic for lent; from eating, to shopping, to cleaning and everything in between, we tried to cut out all plastic waste from our lives. Here’s how we got on.
Ever thought about using a psychometric test to help with a team building day? We used Predictive Index to help the Brand, Sales and Marketing team at Red Badger get to know each other better and discover the over arching strengths and weaknesses of the team as a whole.
Last Wednesday, we hosted the first meetup under our new tech community brand welovetech.london. The idea is to host regular meetups, each with a different theme. The theme might be a particular framework or language or it could be something broader like “music and tech”.
This ‘International Women’s day’ we’re celebrating our Badger ladies achievements, talents, skills and most importantly their drive for positive social change every day.
After being asked about the women who inspire us as part of our International Women's Day preparation, I was inspired to say thank you to the brilliant women who have shaped my Red Badger journey.
We're always hiring...why's that? Find out about the Red Badger interview process and tips for making a great impression.
If you’ve been paying attention to our Instagram over the past few months, you’ll have seen a few appearances by our resident dodgeball team.
The role of an IA has changed over time, with its popularity decreasing and the broader title of user experience (UX) increasing. Whilst still being a specialist role, it is more frequently seen as part of a broad set of skills that are used by product and UX designers.
We are very proud to be working with Pride in London on their events app to be in user's hands in time for the forthcoming festival. In this blog we're sharing some photos of what we've been up to.
The February edition of React London brought us to the World Remit offices located between Westminster and Victoria. The sound of drinks and conversation filled the room but noticeably absent was the promised pizza.
We love feedback and so asked our team what they thought about working here. The results were so strong we've ranked in 95 position in The Sunday Times Best Companies to work for 2018 list which will be published on 25.2.18. Thanks everyone, it means a lot to us.
We all gathered for this month’s React meetup in the new Facebook office at Rathbone Square. The amount of beer, pizza and interesting topics was tremendous.
Discover the five trends Red Badger's UX team are predicting for 2018 and why for us, it's The Year of the Human. Read why we've chosen these and get recommended further reading. Disagree? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the Red Badger Design School and why have we launched it? To create an opportunity for all of our teams to develop their design thinking, regardless of their role. We believe this helps our cross-functional teams deliver better results for our clients and we love doing it. See the pictures here.