Choosing a Content Management System is a very difficult decision. Even if you have already decided on whether to build or buy, there’s still a lot to think about. From integration with existing systems, to automated testing and gradual release,…
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An evening of testing workflows and dynamically built forms awaited visitors to Code Node last Wednesday when the London React Meetup was once again in town. Tom Duncalf kicked things off by describing what he has found to be effective unit and…
Adapting to ever changing user needs is difficult with a traditional CMS. A modular approach to software reuse helped Red Badger deliver a great experience to both Sky’s customers and their editorial staff.
Building a content-managed website is more…
I love math. So when it comes to analytics and stats, my brain smiles and my eyes spark, which is one of the things that attracted me to work at Red Badger. We are agile by nature and methodical in practice. We take analytical approach to problem…
Red Badger are always looking at new ways of working with regard to our tech stack as well as our process engineering methods. Our focus is on helping our clients to realise benefit as quickly as possible.
Usually people are excited about the possibility of working on a project with millions of rows of data. "It's a challenge!" they say. However, some "normal data" projects can still allow you to showcase the best of your skills as a designer and…
We have recently delivered a project for Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) to re-design and build their World Risk Review website. We're currently in the final hardening sprint, doing some bug fixing and UAT. We'll be able to talk more about the benefits…
The first half of 2013 has reinforced Red Badger’s belief in polyglot architectures and solutions built from small, sharp tools.