November 2009

Sprint and huddle – a project managment technique

Although not a natural ‘joiner inner’ I’ve long since loved working on projects as part of a team - preferably a small one. Something between 3 -7 is my optimum or comfort zone. I’d never stopped to think about this. All I knew is that...

Bringing it all together. Making digital happen

You know what it's like.  You go to a conference and you return to work upbeat and enthused about what is possible, all the really interesting things you’ve been talking about and how this is going to make a real difference in your organisation.  There...

This has made me very happy

Today whilst the Identity and Passport office processed my papers I found myself with an hour to squander in Newport. I wandered into a cluttered second hand shop and bought this teapot. It’s called an ‘Ever Hot Teapot’. It’s a standard teapot wrapped in a...

Always in beta – Our new website

So we’ve been trying to get around to developing our new site for almost 2 years. When you are a small business and your clients are keeping you busy stuff like that never seems to get to the top of the list. Even...

What’s with the images?

We’ve tried to illustrate some of the things people have been saying about us. Visual Complexity intends to be ‘a unified resource space for anyone interested in the visualization of complex networks’ and to help create an understanding of how different visualization methods can be applied...