Let me show you my plan for sending you home. Please excuse the crudity of this model. I didn’t have time to build it to scale or paint it.
Jess and Clare return from Philadelphia with bags filled with cheesesteaks.
Anna poisons Andy T’s dog, I battle a herd of Bison, and Andy P watches a band called ‘St Pierre Snake Invasion’. It’s an Animal House at the Clearleft towers.
We’ve changed a lot in the 10 years since Clearleft was created, but, in all that time there’s one thing that never evolved. Our identity. That’s about to change.
The third annual Digital Karting Championship held at TeamSport Brighton brought together some of the finest businesses in Brighton and dealt some stunning race results.
To mark the launch of their rather splendid new website, our friends over at GatherContent have published a series of hands–on Content Strategy guides.
I know I say this every year, but this month—and this week in particular—is a truly wonderful time to be in Brighton. I am, of course, talking about The Brighton Digital Festival.
I went to Copenhagen last week for the Coldfront conference. It was lovely to be back in Denmark’s capital. I used to go over there ever year when the Reboot conference was running, but that wrapped up a few year’s back so it’s been quite a while since I had the opportunity to savour Copenhagen’s architecture, culture, coffee, food, and beer.
My perspective on the sprint retrospective and the benefits it can bring on a project level and on a personal one.
Using a Project Canvas to define the what, who, how and why.
Just a week to go until dConstruct! It’s all hands on deck in the office to get the last minute preparations sorted in time for the event. If you haven’t had a chance to check out our speakers, then it’s worth taking a look at the dConstruct podcasts.
This post gives you a cheat sheet to work with it you’re starting a new project and you want to know how best to work with a Content Strategist. It also has examples of how Content Strategy works in practice.
We’re very excited to announce our final super speaker for dConstruct… Mark Stevenson!
dConstruct 2015 is just ten days away. Time to draw the pre-conference podcast to a close and prepare for the main event. And yes, all the talks will be recorded and released in podcast form—just as with the previous ten dConstructs.
August has continued at pace and all of the team have been busy with lots of different projects, including the final preparations for DConstruct, working on ideas and preparing for new projects.
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