Back to School for Dock9 at D-Day 2016

Author Laura Martin
  • Date November 16, 2016
  • Reading Time 3 minutes

BIMA Digital Day is a nationwide event that links agencies with schools to raise awareness of the careers available in digital, and inspire the next generation of digital talent. Our team had the pleasure of visiting Sherington School in Charlton, London for D-Day 2016 and we soon discovered that the students were very much aware of what digital means and eager to find out more.

A Project Manager's Time Management Tips

Author Laura Martin
  • Date October 17, 2016
  • Reading Time 4 minutes

PM’s have many projects and clients to juggle at once, all in different phases and all needing different levels of attention, but luckily there are some tips and tricks we can utilise to make the day manageable.

Robo Advice - Revolutionary Concept Or The Latest Fad?

Author Laura Martin
  • Date September 28, 2016
  • Reading Time 6 minutes

Here at Dock9 we’ve been thinking about robots. Not just our dream of finding one to make our coffees and wash the mugs up though, we work with several mortgage providers and we’ve been looking at robo mortgage advice

Why are insurance websites not keeping up with cutting-edge UX?

Author Laura Martin
  • Date September 22, 2016
  • Reading Time 6 minutes

While large aggregator sites and a few notable direct insurers are trailblazing ahead, on the whole, the insurance industry is lagging behind other industries in user experience. Dock9 hosted a roundtable at the Gherkin on 8th September 2016 to discuss.

To Photoshop, or not to Photoshop for Responsive Web Design?

  • Date September 15, 2016
  • Reading Time 5 minutes

There’s no single approach that stands above the others for everyone because the situations, clients and projects encountered can vary so greatly. Find what works for you, share it and continually improve on it.

Never Stop Testing

Author Laura Martin
  • Date August 25, 2016
  • Reading Time 4 minutes

The importance of user research is well established and widely documented, however, I still find myself having conversations with companies that are not testing at all