In between putting away summer clothes and then getting them out again, we found you some interesting articles from the last week.
As we enter Q4, we offer our weekly update from transforming digital, planning in business, UXD laddering, and spending in retail, to tattoo inspo.
Here’s some interesting articles for you to read, in between conversations about the weather and how it’s getting darker outside earlier and earlier.
Here at Red Badger we love data and insights, and it’s been a busy couple of months for our Insights team. We’ve been meeting clients to discuss how we can help them improve their products and services, by using data backed insights and starting a couple of new engagements.
We worked with Pride in London to build an open source platform for their new app, allowing the community to celebrate and contribute all year round. Read how we used React Native to deliver a fully functioning mobile app across two platforms working as a cross-functional volunteer team.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve been included in the inaugural ‘FT Future 100 UK’ list by the Financial Times, in partnership with data provider Statista. Well done to our amazing team and a big thanks to our clients for making this happening.
With Storm Ali on the way, make sure you barricade the doors and windows, get some tins of spam at the ready, and read through some interesting articles that we’ve picked out for you from the past week.
September is here, and the back to school feeling is in the air. So get your notepad ready, your glasses on, and check out what we’ve been studying this past week.
In between wrapping our head around the fact that it’s less than 17 weeks until Christmas (and breathe...), we still found time to gather our favourite articles from the week.
As school results come out and the summer winds down, we sat down, read some articles and learned new things.
Here’s what we’ve been reading this week, a look back at the family computer, looking forward to the future of retail, and more.
Between ice cream licks and trying to subtly wipe away sweat drips, here’s some stuff we’ve read this week.
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