Why we ‘test’ all aspects of our work, not just software - prior to project inception, throughout the lifecycle and beyond delivery.
Workshops are a great way to collaborate and solve complex problems together - here are a few tips for facilitating
The final instalment in a series on what we do to provide a great work environment.
A different day in the life of a developer - volunteering at a Robotics challenge for 11-14 year olds.
Matt identified a significant improvement to the experience of office humour - and set about writing a bespoke software solution.
How one client saved 6-8 working days a year with a one-line formula
Martin talks us through why the software industry should wake up and smell the quality.
How we design and build with an ethical approach
In this post I want to talk about the second of our three themes for what we do to create a happy workplace - our employees.
A look back at the last 12 months of supporting our charity of the year, Emmaus Bristol.
Why all software issues seem to be referred to as ‘bugs’ and why we need a better understanding of different types of issues and how to define them.
Andrew takes us through his career journey to date and the lessons he's learnt along the way.
We recently won the Wyle IA award for Bristol’s happiest workplace – here’s the first part in the series on what we do to create such a happy workplace.
What an honour! We’ve just been awarded the accolade of Happiest Small Workplace in Bristol!
Is quality an objective measurement and can it truly be defined and applied to software?
As the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright said, “You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledgehammer on the construction site”.
How we measure ease-of-use and what we typically provide for our customers.
Musings about the benefits of prototyping and putting sketches on show
In 2012 husband and wife team Ric and Emily Hill escaped the big city of London and created what is now Ghyston - here is their story.
We are becoming Ghyston! Here's what it means for you.
According to Bristol legend, Ghyston was a bright and industrious giant who won a challenge by digging the Avon gorge.
Is outsourcing always the best option? We bring you a handy flowchart to help you decide.
We practice code reviews as a core part of our process - because we have found that they significantly reduce the total cost of ownership.
Our philosophy on developer empowerment and how we put it into practice.
We use JIRA to track tasks and issues on all of our projects, facilitating collaboration and tracking progress; many of our customers also find custom JIRA dashboards very useful. Here's how they work.