I don't tend to blog that often, and do you know why? Too damn busy most of the time, making lovely websites for lovely people. But maybe I could do some more writing if we had some more hands on deck. So, this is just a heads up really. We haven't formulated a new developer hiring plan for this year, but there's certainly a future timeline that exists which has our new dev taking ownership of a key to the Penryn studio, and putting the kettle on.
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fffunction is taking a bit of our own medicine and want to involve some users in the process of looking at changes to our own website.
One of the things which we get as UXBristol sponsors is a table at the conference.
I went to Edge Conf this weekend; it was a fantastic day of meeting smart people and discussing the present and future of the web.
It’s been a long time since the act of attending a conference has inspired me enough to blow the dust off my text editor and write a blog post.
I realised today that it must be about three years since I first met fffunction.
We once had a little room near the water and it was nice.
If you're an 80's hair metal fan like me, then the name David Bryan might ring a bell.
I used to be a freelance web designer, a jack of all trades who dealt with every aspect of producing a website from the first client meeting to the launch of the site.
It’s not until you’ve hardly slept for a couple of weeks that you realise you might have a problem here.