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.
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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.
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.
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?
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.
We take a look at six key technology trends Accenture predicts will be driving growth and change in enterprises for 2014.
Last week we heard that our project “1Stream” was selected as a pilot product for BBC Connected Studio & Radio 1 which means (so far) we have a 100% record of making it through to that stage. Having completed the process twice we thought we would write about how we've approached Connected Studio and tell you a bit more about 1Stream.
This week Google bought Nest, the smart home thermostat and smoke detector company, for $3.2 billion. The news sent a huge ripple through the industry as this has both positive and negative connotations for the future of smart products.
Since 2011, SEO professionals have been witnessing a worrying issue - traffic source keywords returning as ‘(not provided)’ in Google Analytics. Google had begun integrating secure search by default for logged in users. While only a small percentage of traffic was returning with this shortage of insight at first, that figure was growing at an uncomfortable rate. An unprecedented spike in ‘(not provided)’ data during September this year changed the face of SEO and website optimisation forever..
For many projects we are taking a new approach to how they are built to enable simplicity, separation and help plan for an uncertain future.
Wireframes are crucial but are they giving us enough value? The lines between design and code are starting to blur. How should we adapt to that?
On a recent project we discovered the benefits of developing a prototype as a Chrome Extension - a first for us and the client.
One of our most successful SaaS apps was in need of an upgrade. But to make it work we had to switch out our business model and completely re-architecture the platform.
In a report by Accenture, the world of the CMO is getting trickier as they balance emerging digital opportunities and internal efficiencies.
In recent months Bitcoin has hit the mainstream. But what is this alternative currency all about?
Other channels of the social web are far more significant than you might think.
Twitter has launched a new abbreviated social video platform called Vine. Should your company try it to?
Our thoughts for what 2012 held for digital were spot on... but will we be way off for 2013?