Martin at Landivar Architects writes about working with us on the development of 68 Middle Street.
While doing some browser testing this week, [Mark](http://clearleft.com/is/mark-perkins) come across a particularly wicked front-end problem. Something was triggering compatibility mode in Internet Explorer 8 and he couldn’t figure out what it was.
We moved into our new offices at [68 Middle Street](http://68middle.st/) almost 6 weeks ago now. I’ve been reflecting on the scheme, both from a design point of view and project management.
I’m writing this on a Boing 747 headed back to Heathrow, having spent four splendid days in New York.
Rich, Batesy, Tessa and Kate travelled to America mid week to set up and then run Ampersand New York on Saturday.
Tessa and Sophie have been preparing the space downstairs for our new tenants to move in next week making it a full house. They have also been talking to people about using our auditorium for local community events. Speaking of which, we’ll be hosting this years [UX Barcamp Brighton](http://www.uxcampbrighton.org/) on November 2nd.
If you didn’t make it to [this year’s dConstruct](http://2013.dconstruct.org/), at least your ears can catch up. If you *did* make it to this year’s dConstruct, your ears can experience the fun all over again. [The audio is available](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013), is what I’m saying here. 1. Amber Case: [Ambient Location and the Future of the Interface](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/ambientlocation) 2. Luke Wroblewski: [Infinite Inputs](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/infiniteinputs) 3. Nicole Sullivan: [Don’t Feed the Trolls](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/dontfeedthetrolls) 4. Simone Rebaudengo: [Great; things are connected, but what will they actually talk about?](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/thingsconnected) 5. Sarah Angliss: [Tech and the Uncanny](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/uncannytech) 6. Keren Elazari: [The Heroes and Anti-heroes of the Information Age](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/heroesantiheroes) 7. Maciej Cegłowski: [Fan is a Tool-Using Animal](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/fananimal) 8. Dan Williams: [Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/unexpecteditem) 9. Adam Buxton: [Is My Laptop Ruining My Life?](http://archive.dconstruct.org/2013/laptoplife) The audio is [on Huffduffer](http://huffduffer.com/dconstruct/tags/dconstruct2013) for your listening pleasure. If you’d like to take it with you on the go, [here’s the RSS feed](http://huffduffer.com/dConstruct/tags/dconstruct2013/rss) — just pop that into your podcasting/catching software of choice. While you’re at it, this might be a nice opportunity to go back and explore [the dConstruct archive](http://archive.dconstruct.org/) where you can find every talk from every dConstruct from 2005 to 2013. That’s 70 talks, or about 46 hours of listening pleasure. Share and enjoy!
Busy would be an understatement for the past week or so and I think we’re all quite happy to get a rest being back at work.
In a little over a month we’ll be moving [home](http://68middle.st), although the doors are already open to the public.
Our new home is coming together very quickly now.
When [The Fortunecats](http://fortunecatproductions.com/the-history-of-the-fortunecats) first suggested that we give the whole of our [new home](http://68middle.st/) over to Digital Art during the Brighton Digital Festival, I was interested to learn more.
When is it too early to start packing boxes? Will we ever get an office bottle opener?
Ben Sauer will be talking at this year’s Dare Conference on Wednesday September 25th at the Purcell Room, London.
Whilst some of us have been immersing ourselves in the pool of agile scrum, the design team have been taking a dip in European waters.
This week has featured a lot of discussion and activity around education and meeting new faces.
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