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Charles Rice

I design, I code, I love corgis and like to blow off steam at the gym.

Aleksa Vukotic

software development pragmatist, startup tech by day and night

Eric Carter

Eric is Head of Engineering at thestartupfactory.tech where he helps startups to build their first releases and to build the teams and processes to scale up.

Latest Posts

Inter-Company UX Sync Up #1

First of a possible series of blogs used to capture the interesting parts of an inter-company UX sync up with Manchester based designers…

When is a Design Sprint the Right Tool?

I’ve spent a lot of effort trying to communicate clearly with people that I meet what the Design Sprint is for, but also not for. There…

Mancunian UX Trends in 2019

As an organiser of the Design Sprint Manchester Meetup group and a Local Leader of the Interaction Design Foundation, I thought it’d be a…

How to Install Apple’s San Francisco UI Fonts on Windows 10 for Figma Prototyping

Excuse the long title, but this drove me absolutely bonkers. Part of creating prototypes that are as realistic as possible is ensuring…

How to fully utilise Docker-compose during development

Use multiple docker-compose files to define variants of your complex, multi-component, production environment. To create similar…

Fintech– Beyond the Hype

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How to fully utilise Docker during development

Part 1: Dockerise your dev and CI environments

Experience the Design Sprint with Lightning Decision Jam: Classic

The Design Sprint is a process that radically changes the way that you work for a week to be more effective than you’ve ever been. Everyone…

How to Choose the Right Technology For Your Startup

Regardless of what is the software product we are building, our goal should be to create a quality piece of software — how do we chose the…

How embracing failure can help designing a better system

Since the school days we have always been advised to be proactive (compared to reactive) — rather than wait for the failure to happen…

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