It took just over a decade, with a lot of trial & error, school fees and sleepless nights, but finally, I am confident to say, we are now winning.
Many of our newer clients might not believe it, but for a long time, Lima Bean’s creative offering was very much limited to user interface design. Our wireframes and designs have always been good, but mainly pitched as specs; a means to an end in order to deliver “the system”.
Covid-19 has accelerated the inevitable. Like the great wars of the past, where innovation and industrialisation was catapulted forwards, this pandemic is fast tracking the global shift to digital. This was happening regardless, it’s now just doing so at a much faster pace.
Creating a more accessible web is not only about inclusion - it’s about contributing to a better quality web overall.
Here are five lessons our team learned while helping our brands navigate life in lockdown.
A few lessons learnt over the past few months that have helped our company effectively work remotely.
“Digital transformation”; it’s a lovely buzzword, featuring on websites of companies large and small, letting consultants deliver reams of documentation; and every now and then, changes in organisational processes and systems.
Not since we adopted Docker, have we been so excited about a new technology. When we first came across Flutter in early 2018, it was still fairly immature, but promised a lot.
Custom software development has been given a bad reputation. It is often labelled as “reinventing the wheel”; and in many cases I would wholeheartedly agree.
Five things you need to know about building cloud native applications