The day to day goings on of Interconnect IT that we think are worth sharing with our readers.
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.
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.
As part of our commitment to diversity and to ensure we follow best practice, we have now opted to publish an annual team and recruitment diversity report. Read on to get the stats!
In a recent system we built, we realised we were going to be storing the names of people from across the world. We thought we’d share what we learnt.
Naturally, the end of the year is a time to look back and reflect on company successes and plan ahead for the new year to come. Its been a happy and successful year here at interconnect/it, but what’s to come in 2018?
It’s a proud feeling for us when clients do well. Even better when they are on a list of top performers in the publishing sector. We’re passionate about developing for the publishing industry and love seeing our clients doing well.
Since the relaunch of the new Marketing Week site, it looks like it’s been turning heads, again. This time winning an award!
Anyone who writes code quickly learns what works for them and what feels comfortable. Personal expression is fine in isolation, but when it comes to working in teams, you need a system everyone can understand…