The day to day goings on of Interconnect IT that we think are worth sharing with our readers.
To celebrate the company’s 20 year anniversary, we decided to go on a tree-mendous team-building day at Go Ape in Delamere forest! Check out Laurie’s write up and some photos from the day.
We feel it’s important to stay up to date with the latest industry best practice. Last month we headed to NUX5 to hear from our industry’s opinion leaders on the subject of user experience.
On our twentieth anniversary we stop for a moment and think back over the success of the company; The clients we’ve helped, the friends in the web development industry we’ve made…
New tutorial from our developer, Evgenii Nasyrov. Do you want to achieve continuous integration with WordPress? We walk you through the steps. Read on to get all the details.
We recommend every project we undertake contains some aspect of ‘discovery’. Read on to find out more about this important part of any project we undertake at interconnect/it.
There’s a direct link between web traffic and revenue when you’re a publisher. How well that works depends a lot on other factors – the business model, commercial relationships and so on.
This year we are pleased to welcome Diane Dewez as our Computer Science summer intern. Here she tells us a little about her career ambitions and what she hopes to take from her internship.
Our Lead Developer, Damian, is in the middle of renovating his new home and believes he has spotted some similarities between the web development and building trades.
Given that a lot of our clients are in the publishing industry, we thought it would be useful to talk about some of the differences between print and web design. Take a peek to find out more.
Mim has written about what it’s like to attend WordCamp for the first time. Read on to find out what she took from the experience and whether she’ll be attending again.
Our Lead designer, Anthony Casey, discusses the redesign of The Spectator website and ponders on some of the main decisions made from a front-end, design perspective.