We’ve decided to launch a weekly blog with some articles that interest us, and hopefully you. From culture and opinions to tech and business news, we’re going to share five articles that have interested us in the last week.
Last week we invited Paul Frazee, co-founder of Beaker Browser to speak at our very first We love meet up about peer to peer. Our Tech Lead Viktor 'e-met' Paul via twitter when his blog 'The end of the cloud: A truly serverless web' went viral. We asked them to pick up their conversation about peer-to-peer and the end of the cloud in our Badger HQ so we could share their thoughts and opinions with you.
On 28th November, we went along to BIMA’s breakfast briefing on the Tech Trends that really matter for 2018, which saw six-minute talks from four speakers on their tech predictions for 2018 and beyond.
Red Badger's work with Fortnum & Mason shows how retailers can replicate impeccable customer service online, according to Essential Retail. Essential Retail outlines the methods Red Badger brought in to bring the website to life, such as consulting Fortnum & Mason's in-store historian. You can read the full article here.
Computer Weekly outlines how Fortnum & Mason chose Red Badger to build its new site, and details how the Badgers worked collaboratively with the retailer, building the site within only eight months. You can read the full article here.
Creating a new site for a leading retailer is no mean feat and in this article, Econsultancy, outlines how Red Badger did it. The piece shows how the Badgers built a site that not only utilises leading technology but also keeps the customer at the heart of it all, with optimised navigation and a redesign. You can read the full article here.
Internet Retailing share details of Red Badger's work on Fortnum & Mason's new site, which brought its exceptional customer service to the digital world, using open source technology and agile ways of working. You can read the full article here.
We’re a curious bunch of people and love poking our nose into new things. So we thought we’d share a preview of our brand new office.
Today marks seven years since the inauguration of Red Badger and to celebrate we've pulled some highlights from each year and random facts together.
When we started Red Badger, we did it because we believed that there was a better way to help businesses transform digitally than the consultancy options that were available at the time. We set out to create an environment where great people could do great work focused on quality, value and collaboration. Nearly seven years later, we still believe this is true.
Believe it or not you can get infinite scaling, full security, and high performance for nearly zero operational cost. You should concentrate on building features that add value for your customers. And you can do that much faster when you don’t have to worry about anything else.
Well, quite a lot actually. At Red Badger, we’ve ended up with a 48:52 gender split, despite not setting out to build gender equality into the business model.
Working with Red Badger on the next generation of ft.com, the Financial Times created “lasting change” to the internal team culture, creating agile ways of working.
Watch our 6 minute film about how we made the world’s most famous grocery store a multi-award-winning website.
Redesign and replatform of camdenmarket.com sees immediate results for Market Tech, with 10 weeks turnaround.