Are you using wearable technology in your day-to-day business activities? The devices are becoming much more prevelant in the workplace and we're only at the start of the wearable revolution. What else is there to come?
I'm preparing my "10 Tips to Improve UX" presentation for our Breakfast Briefing later this month and would love to know what your top UX tips are.
Microsoft with it's brand-new CEO Satya Nadella is taking bold steps to be more responsive and more reactive to it's approach to business, started in the latter days of Steve Ballmer's reign as CEO but the tech community at large seems almost unaware or willing to accept they've changed.
‘You should never work with family or friends’. If that were true more than half of the UK’s successful business stories would never have been told… One such story is the Digital group of companies based here in the North East, operated by one such successful family - The Sharpe’s.
No Email Day is an annual event encouraging people to avoid email completely for 24hrs so they can be more productive - focusing on their 'real work' instead of all the 'busy work'.
Many of you reading this will have heard of Sage, the FTSE-100 software company based in Newcastle, but have you heard of Sage One, their cloud-based accounts and payroll software? No? Well, Sage One was launched in 2011 to provide a low-cost, jargon-free solution for start-ups and small
Now that I have your somewhat horrified attention, Dan Riley from Spearhead Interactive has been in touch with some terribly exciting news. They have only gone and developed a new tool to help visualise the assembly procedure for all manner of products – including the often dreaded flat-pack furni
Secret Origin That would be purely through playing with computer graphics when I was a little kid, I had an Omega 1200 with a 64 megabyte hard drive, so that would be my ‘super power’ because nobody else could save things on a hard drive while doing animation in those days. Also, getting a
When I sat down with Bobby this time he appeared visibly knackered but still bobbing up and down in his chair and the first thing he said to me was “We are making the magic happen”. They’ve been busy! Bobby informed me that the past week was possibly the “busiest week the teams have had yet