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.

I think many of us in the industry have only a vague idea what the term User Experience means. So it’s about time we took a look at the whole UX thing and the mystery surrounding it.

Adding The New Statesman to our portfolio of users was a great honour. This venerable magazine was founded in 1913 and has been providing political commentary in the UK since then.

Standfirst for Kindle is our first Software as a Service product, giving you fine and unrivalled control over your Kindle e-ink edition.

This summer we are happy to welcome Grégoire Linot, as our 2017 Computer Science summer intern. We distracted Greg from his summer project for ten minutes, for a quick question and answer session.

Before Andrea became a developer he was a chef. And as you will see, he’s still pretty passionate about food. Here he shares his personal opinions about the importance of a good lunchtime meal.

We’ve been blogging since 2007. From backend dev tutorials to posts about daily life, you name it, we’ve written about it. But has the world of business blogging run its course?

As a bit of a change to the usual action-packed teambuilding adventures, I thought it might be interesting to go on a more slow-paced, ‘cultural’ tour around our local city of Liverpool.

Our website has been on our list of things to do for as long as I have been at the company. I joined in January 2013. Finally we’ve had the opportunity to show it some love.

Commissioned by the UN in Geneva, Women at the Table and the US Mission to the UN, this was a complex build with a challenging brief. Here we discuss the main elements of this project.

There was a scary realisation at a recent company meeting, when someone pointed out that I should write about my thirty years of experience in IT.

If you work in the tech industry around the Liverpool area, you may be aware of the work Liverpool Girl Geeks are doing to help to reduce the gender gap in the tech and IT industry.

We’re on the lookout for a front-end developer to work in our friendly, ever expanding team.