From running content workshops, interviews with our Computerlovers to developing a product vision, we dug into the data and picked out our top 5 most popular reads from last year - enjoy!
Content workshops focus on getting the people who are involved in creating content for websites to reflect on what they currently do, why they do it and how.
We've delivered a fair few of these workshops for our clients, so in this blog, we share some of our own tried and trusted methods for running your own content workshop.
One of our highlights from 2021 was welcoming and onboarding over 30 new fresh faces to our team.
In this post, we asked some of our newest Computerlovers at the time a few questions to learn a bit more about them, what makes them tick and their paths to Code.
Last year saw thousands of businesses transition to more agile and flexible ways of working to adapt to the ongoing impacts of the pandemic.
As passionate agile practitioners ourselves, we pulled together 8 ways we've found agile helps to promote positive health and wellbeing at work.
Another popular post from one of our new starters last year. We asked our junior designer Sam a few questions on his experiences since becoming part of our design team.
Our content & creativity lead Joel explored how having a unified product vision helps inspire teams to do their best work together.
He also gathered some useful frameworks to help you with your own product vision.