Mar192015

Visualising the race

Recently, a friend from my running group sent me a link to a TED talk titled: Are we born to run? One of the points the speaker makes is that at shorter distances, such as over a mile, women are much slower runners than men, but as distances get longer women get much closer to parity with men.
Mar172015

Life in the fast lane

This is now long overdue, but six months down the line I've finally written my very first blog for BrightLemon.com. As the 'new' Business Development Manager, I thought I'd start by sharing with you all why I wanted to work for BrightLemon in the first place, and provide a brief insight into the digital trends that have my attention in 2015.

Why BrightLemon?

Nov132014

Freelancers: why should you be coworking?

Programmers and coders are solitary kinds of people. A developer plus a computer, throw an internet connection in: you get a nice new website.

Obviously these are very outdated views of website development. Whether it’s big or small, local or international, a web development project requires human communication and interaction to ensure it works well for and is understood by the people who will be using it. And it’s a creative process (yes, even the code!).