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
Art Ink by Tiger beer was one of the shortlisted entries to Cannes Innovation Lions. In a nutshell, it converts carbon from exhaust pipes into ink for artists, reducing air pollution and creating a positive message through art. Awesome right?
Slack (the communication software) is used by 5 million people on a daily basis (that's roughly the entire population of Norway), signed in for on average 10 hours per day - sending direct messages, sharing files, funny cat GIFS, making calls, you name it...
Scaling a company can be a bumpy ride but there are some key things you must do to ensure you can scale without reducing the quality or value provided to your clients or customers. Alignment is a critical part of your transformation as you scale.
In the build up to React London 2017, we were planning to have questions asked by conference attendees to the speakers and QA panel throughout the day. However, this raised a number of issues.
Earlier this year, our Social Value task force donated a number of laptops to Code Your Future, a non-profit organisation set up to help refugees become developers. After speaking at our most recent company meeting, we invited founder Germán Bencci to share how far Code Your Future has come - and what he still hopes to achieve - in this guest blog.
Thursday the 18th of May is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. As part of our effort to promote this event, we’ve put together five steps that anyone involved in web development can take to make the internet a more inclusive environment for all. This guide is by no means exhaustive, but can be treated as a starting point for anyone wanting to learn more about the subject.
Small steps should be celebrated when they're in the right direction, towards a more inclusive internet
In the last couple of years OMR has become one of the top events in the digital marketing sector by attracting the industry professionals with top international star speakers and a lot of rock.
The first day consisted of an Expo with 200 exhibitors, masterclasses, guided tours as well as a large stage with lectures on Influencer, Content, SEO marketing and much more. The second day was all about the conference - the heart and soul of OMR. The whole stage setting was inspired by a rock concert. Over 5000 seats and a huge lighted up stage including a bar on the left reserved for influencer of the industry. I’ve took part for the first time and summarised the highlights for you below.
Some talk a lot and do very little, others do a bit out of legal obligation or because they want to pay less tax. And while good PR and a lower tax bill may be an added bonus, neither of these things came up when Red Badger’s staff decided to form a group to enable ourselves to create more social impact.