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Learning to draw

In January 2021, Mat set himself a challenge - to learn to draw a self-portrait. In this blog post, he talks about his progress.

11th October 2021

A tribute to Sir Clive Sinclair

Of all his many inventions it was Sir Clive Sinclair's ZX computers that had the biggest impact for many people,...

18th September 2021

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...

20th July 2021

Cool things to do with cameras #72

Mat learned a new skill over the weekend and wants to share it with the world!

6th 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 in a series that show the same thing: don't spend too long in the office!

28th May 2021

Online puzzle rooms

Exploring the new trend in online puzzle rooms and virtual escape rooms

29th April 2021

Merry Christmas 2020

2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, and we're certainly looking forward to seeing the back of it. Fingers...

14th December 2020

Passion for podcasts

We often listen to podcasts during our lunch break and it's the perfect accompaniment to housework or even better,...

14th September 2020

Our online puzzle room

We've just finished our new online puzzle room, where teams of two to four spend an hour trying to figure out our mystery and save the day.

17th August 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...

26th March 2020

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...

12th April 2019

A day without technology

Can Mat survive 24 hours without his phone?

20th July 2018

Nice things people have said about us

"Iteracy were beyond helpful in realising my dream website that is both perfectly functional and visually pleasing."

Harvey Oakley, Unfinished Archive