We explore how new and evolving technologies have an impact on modern learning, and specifically the effects on engagement.
Testing can mean a lot of different things depending on who you ask. We explore the different types of testing you should be thinking about when creating digital products and experiences.
Project delivery is often a challenge and bound by many different constraints. Time and budget are the big influences that can shape how something gets delivered. Thankfully, with modern software development, we have many different tools in the toolbox to better meet challenges like this.
From email and tools to digital marketing and websites, there is a lot to think about when setting up a modern company. Oli & Scott share some of their recent experiences and recommendations after setting up a company of their own in 2021.
In this episode, we explore organisation, product and project scalability and how it enables the capability to cope and perform well under an increased or expanding workload or scope.
In this episode, we take a look at the future and the trends we see may see and the directions businesses may take with digital in 2021.
Prototyping is a great way to reduce costs and risk when developing digital products and experiences. It can also help to get more of your stakeholders engaged, and help to promote ideas.
Chatbots are software applications that use artificial intelligence & natural language processing to understand what a human wants, and guides them to their desired outcome with as little work for the end user as possible.
Jamie Cook joins us for a look at his long-running side project, where he uses data analytics to gain insight into football matches.
Design thinking is a fantastic mindset that can be applied to almost any team and industry. It’s a way of finding creative and innovative ways of solving a business problem by focusing on the customer first. By forcing ourselves to think about things from this perspective, it helps to unlock completely fresh ways to meet goals more effectively. This episode was recorded live during the Tech Swindon Summit.
As AI continues to be a key part of the products and services we use every day, we explore how it’s also being used within companies.
In our last episode, we talked about the changing world of digital amongst the current pandemic, and how it relates to people, culture, and teams. In this one, we take a look at the more outward-facing parts of the business.
Covid-19 has completely changed how the business and economic world operates, and a new reliance on digital has emerged. We take a look at how best to deal with the new landscape.
Websites are an essential part of any company, but there are key differences between those that are truly successful and those that aren’t. We chat about some of the things to think about to propel your website to the next level.
As a tool for marketing and building a brand, there are few better than storytelling.
Even in 2020 accessibility continues to be an afterthought. We look at how turning accessibility into becoming the forefront of product and service design can have many benefits.
With increasing stress and a lack of physical demand in the modern workplace, we take a look at why and how companies can help the wellbeing of their employees.
As we continue towards a future where all companies will need to have technology as a central pillar, we explore some of the benefits of keeping up to date with digital technologies today.
We discuss what makes an effective learning framework in 2020, and how digital and technology can help to keep people engaged and enthused about learning.
As projects get more diverse, there’s an increasing need to bring on agency support. We explore some ways that can help to get external agency teams and internal teams working really well together.
Join us as we discuss practical tips and advice on how to implement small steps toward innovation.
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