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Saying goodbye to software 😢

It's the last thing in the world you might expect to get sentimental about but our routines and social lives are so bound up with software that when they shut down, it can leave a gap.

20th July 2021

Working long hours can kill you

A new study by the WHO shows a relationship between working long hours and premature death, but it's just the latest...

28th May 2021

The best bits of 2020

Despite a global pandemic (and also because of it) there were many things to celebrate in 2020

4th January 2021

Home working without injury

Wouldn't it be ironic to avoid COVID-19 through working at home, only to injure yourself because of a badly set...

2nd April 2020

Looking after your mental health during lockdown

Mat's been suffering a bit since the country went into lockdown. In this post he shares some ideas for keeping you sane while you're stuck at home.

26th March 2020

Making the most of quarantine and downtime

COVID-19 has changed everything but we have to assume it won't be like this forever. Now is the time to capitalise...

19th March 2020

Keeping cool in the office during hot weather

As the UK experiences another heatwave, we thought we'd share tips for beating the heat that we've learnt while...

23rd July 2019

Persuasive design in our pockets

It's no coincidence that we find it so hard to drag ourselves away from apps and games. They've been designed to...

26th April 2019

What's the opposite of a staycation?

We finally achieved our dreams of being able to work from anywhere in the world that has a mobile signal. So we spent a week at a glorious guest host in the Sierra Nevada in southern Spain.

12th April 2019

Health technology

Making you healthier one byte at a time

26th October 2018

A day without technology

Can Mat survive 24 hours without his phone?

20th July 2018

Easy on the eyes

Tricks and tips to keep your eyes healthy and avoid eye-strain when using computer screens

8th February 2018

Nice things people have said about us

"Iteracy were incredibly helpful and open minded in the way they created a website. Their sensitive but direct and positive approach made it easy to achieve a great result."

Liz Barclay, Liz Barclay Dressage