Continuous learning and knowledge sharing are key aspects of day to day life at Symbiote and Insights are an opportunity for us to share that knowledge with the community.
We build custom dashboards to fit your staff, your decision-makers and even your customers, using all the information you have available to you (plus some you might not have realised you can get).
Middleware is clever code that links complicated backend databases and systems and frontends, so websites run quickly, efficiently and securely. When the hard work of creating middleware is done well, no-one should even know it's there.
‘Golden nuggets’ are the wonderful, valuable comments people share towards the end of a conversation or interview after we’ve built rapport during the user experience (UX) research and testing processes.
A web developer explains why and how to keep your passwords safe
Transform your website from an online brochure to a digital experience platform (DXP)
Not only *can* we include user feedback during the software development process – we *should*. Keeping users, particularly users with specific needs, at the centre of our work improves everything we make.
It's possible and necessary to actively identify, monitor and respond to security threats across your systems.
We've moved to a 4-day work week. 80% of each person's time at 100% of the pay. How does this work?
We use retros at Symbiote to look at the past to help us to look ahead
Building the front-end of a website is a balancing act.
Bug-fixing is satisfying. The process is always different and can result in some unexpected benefits. Follow along with Chris to see where one bug fix led him.
We included a web developer right from the start in a recent extranet project – here’s what he had to say about the experience.
Co-design activities can work really well for geographically dispersed teams and they don’t have to consume a lot of time.
Co-design isn’t just for big pre-planned workshops. It can be the great unblocker: this is why we jump into an impromptu codesign session to trigger more creative solutions anytime we need a burst of creative problem solving during our Agile projects.
Online co-design activities can work well for geographically dispersed teams and they don’t have to consume a lot of time.