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  • Design

    Letting go of perfectionism

    Whether we’re building a large complex website or a new feature for an existing one; we usually work in sprints that include discovery, design and development cycles, to create an MVP (minimum viable...

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    Christina Winkless
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    by Christina Winkless
  • Strategy and marketing

    Justifying the cost of quality

    Being seated next to new people at weddings, birthdays etc. the go-to conversation starters pop up early on: “So, how do you know x?”, “What do you do for a living?”.

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    Mat Hayward
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    by Mat Hayward
  • Design

    Maintainable responsive layouts

    There are many design decisions that need to be made in order to get started with a large project. There’s nothing that can’t be undone, but misjudgements at this stage can have a significant impact...

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    Phil Swan
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    by Phil Swan
  • News and culture

    Spring cleaning

    Last week we launched a rebuild of the Erskine website, which marks a significant improvement in the way we sell our services to clients and details more about our projects in an open, public space...

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    Robin Rendle
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    by Robin Rendle
  • Code and technology

    Future of Web Design 2014

    Earlier this week I headed off to the Future of Web Design conference in London to give a talk about systems, language and maintainable interface design which was adapted from an essay I wrote back...

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    Robin Rendle
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    by Robin Rendle