Making a healthcare app in an age of austerity

Announcement
18th July 2017

The story of how we created a healthcare app, at no cost to the NHS, by using the power of web technologies, some design nous, a little critical thinking, and a good dose of enthusiasm.

Richard Rutter
Richard Rutter

Patterns Day videos

Announcement
11th July 2017

The first video is online for your enjoyment.

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

eLife goes live

Advice, Announcement
5th June 2017

Collaborating on a pattern library.

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

Introducing Clearleft Presents

Announcement
23rd May 2017

I’m excited to share details of a brand new series of workshops launching this summer - Clearleft Presents.

Andy Budd
Andy Budd

The Living Component Library

Announcement
13th March 2017

Creating the utopian dream. A site created purely out of your component library.

Graham Smith
Graham Smith

Collaborate and celebrate for women in tech.

Announcement
8th March 2017

Today is International Women’s Day. Looking at their website, it’s clear to me that there is much to be inspired about, but also that there is much work still to be done.

Rowena Price
Rowena Price

Fractal Iterations

Announcement
2nd March 2017

For the last few months, we’ve been hard at work on the next version of Fractal.

Danielle Huntrods
Danielle Huntrods

Looking beyond launch

Announcement
19th January 2017

It’s all go, go, go at Clearleft while we’re working on a new version of our website …accompanied by a brand new identity. It’s an exciting time in the studio, tinged with the slight stress that comes with any kind of unveiling like this.

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

Developing our style

Announcement
16th January 2017

The day I started at Clearleft was the first time I met Richard Rutter. I only recognised him because I studied the team photographs prior to joining the company.

Hana Stevenson
Hana Stevenson

Technical debt and refactoring

Announcement
9th January 2017

I’ve been working on the upcoming relaunch of the Clearleft website, complete with a whole new brand identity!

Charlotte Jackson
Charlotte Jackson

The cobbler’s children have no shoes

Announcement
9th January 2017

There’s an old Spanish proverb that translates roughly to the saying ‘the cobbler’s children have no shoes’. Meaning that someone with a specific skill is often so busy assisting others that their own affairs go unattended. A classic and frustrating conundrum.

Rowena Price
Rowena Price