We started Codegent as a digital agency in 2004. Almost 10 years later, the three founders were deciding what to do next.
It’s an interesting time to be a product studio. As the major distribution platforms for software have matured and encouraged loads of new market entrants, both competition and established monopolies have increased in what seems like equal measure.
Codegent remains a digital innovation studio, as it spins its agency work into Thin Martian and its various other businesses start to stand on their own feet.
Did you know that 1 in 8 people decide to purchase a property before they’ve even viewed it? In response to that fact and demand for a simpler, faster way to search property on mobile we created Moovrs.
Part 2 of our look into mobile trends for 2015
We take a look at some of the future predictions for mobile in 2015.
We take a look at the Digital Marketing Depot report on the social media management tool market at enterprise-level and what it means for marketers and developers alike.
A quick look at linux containerization à la Docker – how it is, and will, improve the lives of computer people.
Mel tells all on the tools that help her to effectively look after Codegent's Digital Products and processes.
There’s rarely a business or brand you’ll speak to now, who doesn't have some sort of ‘social media presence' - even the CIA have recently jumped on the Twitter bandwagon. But with the ‘organic’ reach of social media in steep decline on Facebook in particular, is social still a useful marketing channel and if so, at what cost?
Never be bored in London again with Frugl - a great free app helping you find the latest events and goings-on in London.
We felt that there was more we could do with Twilert, one of our most popular SaaS apps, to improve the user experience and functionality. This, paired with the acquisition of one of Twilert's service providers, meant that it was time for new features and a complete rebuild of the app.
This month Lauren tells us why she couldn't live without... Myfitnesspal
People who develop products aren't machines. You can't apply product processes and forget the human aspects of how teams are motivated and stay productive. We look at the "Product Mojo" and how to hold onto it.
With ‘Agile’ becoming the latest buzzword in Digital Project Management we explain why it works and how you can apply the principles to your own projects.
Hannah tells all on the local startups that are making a difference this month
7 questions to ask to ensure you're giving a product its best chance at success
This week we discuss what makes a strong team of staff at Codegent, and how we ensure the team stays happy, motivated and friendly. We think this has a lot to do with our office culture and so we have listed ways to help make a happy, efficient team. After all – a team that plays together, stays together!
10 years ago today, Codegent Limited was officially born. This is a thank you to everyone who's played a part in our journey so far.
Hacks, focus groups, new projects and a trip to San Francisco.