Chris McInerney

Chris leads the creative and project management areas with over 20 years of experience in web projects. He has been central in delivering and supporting projects including Informa, Sport Business, Worktech, NATS and many more. When he's not involved in client work, he's part of the senior management team responsible for marketing, operations and business strategy. Outside work, Chris can usually be found running around in the name of keep fit. Often it's just him chasing after his pet dog, Charlie. Chris is also an avid watcher of Liverpool FC, mostly from his armchair, although he tells us he occasionally makes the trip to Anfield.

From a morning double shot Americano to afternoon team meetings. Chris shares what it’s really like to be a project manager in a web development company.

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.

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

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. Throwi

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

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.

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.

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.

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.