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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
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?
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.
Our Senior Designer, Anthony Casey, looks at why you want your site to be more 60s Dieter Rams Braun, than 90s Aiwa.
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.
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.