Building A Tech City

As you drive around the streets of any UK city, boarded up retail units are commonplace. Retail units that were once vibrant places of commerce, generating livelihoods for their workers, and contributing to their city’s growth. But finding new tenants for these units hasn’t been easy. Prime real-estate continues to go empty month after month. […]

Four Big Tips To Taking Control Of Your Development Task List

My task list has always been a constant battle. I’ve tried automated systems, paper ones, post-it notes and a whiteboard, but still I’ve always struggled to get it in to an order that lasts for more than a few days. I’d begin most days by listing out my plan of action, only for a phone […]

Losing Sight Of The Internet’s Purpose

I recently read a Wired article on Blogger, Twitter and Medium founder Evan Williams. The article covered a speech he gave to the tech community at XOXO conference in Portland, Oregon. Evan is someone I’ve followed for a long time. His creations and writings are an inspiration, and his speech was no different, sharing his […]

The Guilt Of Startup Life

Startup life is hard. It requires sacrifice, perseverance, and focus. Sometimes, the sacrifice can go too far. I’ve been working on my own startup for the past 16 months, and I won’t lie, it’s tough. And as our startups continue to demand more and more of our focus, time and energy, it’s only natural that […]

When is Concrete5 the Right CMS for You?

When it comes to running your online presence the content management system you choose can be critical. It’s not too much to say that it can make or break your website, especially if you have little tech experience. If this is the case it’s important to get it right from the off. Businesses that are […]