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.
Everybody seems to want to work from home. Well, sometimes it’s also awesome to work in an office. Here’s why…
In the white hot pace of IT one may think that there’s no space or time for looking backwards. But the reverse is true – backwards in time is where a lot of problems relevant to today’s ecosystem were solved.
Using WordPress in enterprises with old browsers installed can be problematic. Developers whinge about it (and should stop) and staff struggle with it. Well, there’s an answer to both that may surprise you.
One thing we talk a lot about is how important it is for costs to stick to problems which have already been solved. Get fancy and do something new, and your costs have rocketed away.
The current crisis in the world’s banking industry is causing quite a bit of concern right now. However, it’s not all bad news – the savvy company can watch out for the threats.
I just read an interesting article in A List Apart about how browsers that are forgiving of bad markup and css are bad for the web.
I was reading through some project management methodology just now (yay! My life is full of joy at last!) and came across the phrase “The Wicked Problem”.