In response to a story about Cern distancing themselves from Professor Alessandro’s comments about gender bias in Physics, I’ve found myself writing about my relationship with Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through my career from Architectural Technician to Chief Marketing Officer. And how, unfortunately, we have to make ‘a thing’ out of diversity/women in tech/stem/inclusivity/bame and more for them to get the focus required to change the ratio.
In a world where consumer demand changes as fast as the direction of the wind, building native applications for proprietary platforms is too expensive and too slow to deliver a great customer experience. Enter React Native.
A few weeks ago, I attended Women of Silicon Roundabout in London. It was a lovely couple of days with inspiring and motivating talks by women in the tech industry.
As is the way for every student in Year 10 at Sydenham School, I had to go out on two weeks of work experience. After research into various businesses and emails to and from several contacts, I eventually decided that Red Badger would be my choice of place for the two weeks.
Accessibility is a subject close to our hearts and we think we can’t shout enough about this so often ignored topic. So last Thursday, on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we concentrated all our forces on raising awareness for this important subject.
Find out why we believe it’s important, what we did and why we think businesses are missing out on a huge opportunity.
In January 2018, on a holiday in Thailand, my husband and I saw the terrible effect plastic waste is having on our oceans and beaches. We decided to give up disposable plastic for lent; from eating, to shopping, to cleaning and everything in between, we tried to cut out all plastic waste from our lives. Here’s how we got on.
Ever thought about using a psychometric test to help with a team building day? We used Predictive Index to help the Brand, Sales and Marketing team at Red Badger get to know each other better and discover the over arching strengths and weaknesses of the team as a whole.
After being asked about the women who inspire us as part of our International Women's Day preparation, I was inspired to say thank you to the brilliant women who have shaped my Red Badger journey.
Discover the five trends Red Badger's UX team are predicting for 2018 and why for us, it's The Year of the Human. Read why we've chosen these and get recommended further reading. Disagree? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the US, Tuesday 21st November marks Entrepreneur’s Day and as we mark the end of our financial year, I thought I’d share some insights into our business growth story here at Red Badger.
A new breed of peer to peer web technologies like IPFS and Blockchains is coming, that has the potential to change the internet as we know it and make the cloud and servers in general the thing of the past. But how does it all work and how can you benefit from it?
Four months into my second internship with Red Badger, I’m here to give you my opinion about what it’s really like to work here. Daily life, social experiences and free holidays. There’s a lot going on at Red Badger.
With globalisation and the prevalence of tech in everyday life, boundaries between work and life have become increasingly blurred. Red Badger hosted the women's tech network Circle for a discussion on work-life balance.
This week we appeared for the first time in Econsultancy's Top 100 Digital Agencies report, straight in at number 62. Whilst we don't see being the best as having the highest revenue, it's great to see how much progress we've made since starting out in 2010.
Growing a family is one of the most fulfilling things, equally it can be a logistical nightmare. Here’s why I asked to work 4 day week
A group of us recently went to David McCandless’ talk at the Royal Institute. Spoiler – it was brilliant. Here’s how it got a couple of us thinking