Team blog

The latest news, thoughts and ideas from the team

Backend dev tutorials, design theory, business ideas, general thoughts or just posts about daily life, from all of the team here at interconnect/it.

Imagine if a website could know you. A website that responded to your needs and your mood on that day. This year we’ve started to roll out software that will be able to do just that.

We’ve been building software for the publishing industry for a long time. From business models to specifications to project planning, you name it, we’ve seen it all.

Commissioned by Richard Porter, the previous script editor on Top Gear, and built on our new Standfirst Cloud platform, Sniff Petrol is the online satirical magazine dedicated to all things motoring.

Twenty obstacles, numerous colour stations, four team members…The aim: raise as much money as possible for the MS Society!

Content shouldn’t just be a bit part player. It needs to take centre stage on your next project—you have to be thinking content-first. In fact, you need to be thinking about it as the star.

Attention all front-end developers! Are you looking for a new job with a company that promotes creativity, freedom and productivity? If you are, we have just the role for you!

Developing a new product is hard. Launching a new product is hard. Developing and launching a new product whilst delivering Client Services projects is a whole other world. Here are 5 things you can do to help use your time effectively.

It’s very easy to make the wrong decisions based on a lack of real evidence—especially if ‘best-practice’ takes over and we assume we know what our users and audience need. Throwing around some pop culture, I’m going to try and dig into the issue.

Running on our new Standfirst platform, the re-designed Whitley Fund for Nature site was commissioned to coincide with the charity’s 25 year anniversary.

As part of our ongoing partnership with Liverpool Girl Geeks, Claire has spoken to their team about her love of coding and how she got into the industry.

When we receive a Request For Proposal, we have to consider any potential risks or challenges associated with the project. It’s about treating every client as an individual and every project as unique.

Web accessibility can have a different meaning to different people, depending on their abilities. From visual to auditory, cognitive to motor or speech, we should be making the web available to all.