Don’t be slack, take hold of those ‘between interruption’ moments and expand them to become effective periods in the day. Multiply this a few times and before you know it you’re on the road to ultimate productivity! I wish this were completely true, but read on and i will explain the simple repeatable steps that I’ve […]
Lean UX Running Workshops and getting results User Experience, Design and Software Development rarely get along. Design wants to create gorgeous looking portfolio pieces, User Experience wants the pathways through the system to be crystal clear for its users, and Developers either want to shoehorn a solution into a CMS or toolkit they already have, […]
The BIMA Digital Day is about making young people aware of the opportunities within Britain’s burgeoning digital industry – a sector which not only uses technology and applications beloved of youngsters but which also promises them a career which offers higher than average salaries and features working environments characterised by being that bit more relaxed than those […]
The key things you need to know and do to publish to the Amazon Kindle and IBooks.
Project managers are responsible for projects success, regardless of the obstacles. Often, most of the problems described above are due to skill deficiencies in the project manager. You likely need a process, a better policed process, training for your project managers or a few new ones!
When that sites about to go-live you had better do some checks. Here is a list to help you out.
I have had a few questions on this recently, so thought i would summarise the answers i gave her. Q. What are the advantages of apps and why would i want to use HTML 5 Native apps such as those deployed to a handset i.e IPhone have the following potential advantages: The can be feature rich and utilize phone […]
What is Subversion Subversion is an open source application used for revision control. It is sometimes abbreviated to SVN in reference to the name of its command line interface. Subversion boasts many advanced features, such as atomic commits, versioned directories, and good support for binary file formats, fast branching and tagging. The open source Apache […]
First of all, the #1 criteria for getting hired: Smart, and Gets Things Done. Process Joel Spolsky is a highly regarded software engineer and he details how best to interview development candidates, this is an amended and augmented version of that process. see The Guerrilla Guide to Interviewing Introduction Question about recent project candidate worked […]
We all know that mobile is big business, so I thought I would jot down a few of the statistics and information that I have picked up through the later months of 2010: NOMOBS: Normal mobile users I.e. not a Smartphone (although I’ve only seen this used once, but I quite liked it) 75 % […]