Today as we cast our eyes across the digital landscape we see websites and web apps that have the Material Design framework at their core. We have moved from being purely consumers of Google products such as Gmail, Google Docs, Google Drive and Slides etc in our day-to-day lives to building our very own products … Continue reading Why we are living in a Material world
Working from home and keeping your own hours is the new normal in big business. What was once a bragging right of the self-employed is no longer such an exclusive perk. And, while these new freedoms have many upsides, organisations cannot be left counting the costs of a fractured workforce struggling to coalesce and produce … Continue reading Flexible working makes intranets more essential than ever
Introduction Any webpage you visit will have some form of performance delay. This can range from the web page taking a long time to load to specific parts of the page not rendering correctly. So the question is, how do you stop this from happening and how do you improve the performance of the webpage? … Continue reading The point of good web page performance and how we measure it
We are living in an extremely fluid world of work. It has become increasingly common for organisations to have a large variety of external businesses or individuals (contract or gig work) that they use and interact with on a day-to-day, even minute-by-minute basis. This type of interaction brings with it a whole new range of … Continue reading Why use a portal?
When moving from a centralised publishing model to a distributed one it can be scary. Here are some tips based on our experience with a customer of 90,000+ users. You don’t have to lose all control whilst saving valuable hours So, you’re looking to switch to a more distributed publishing model. It’s scary because all … Continue reading Distributed publishing can be scary – 3 tips to help you get there