Our Pick of Conferences Around The World for 2016

So you’ve already picked out what local conferences you’re going to go to and now that you’ve got the conference bug, you want to see how they do it in other countries? At this stage, you’re probably thinking ” but what...

2016 – The Year Of The Side Project

Have you ever have an idea for a cool side project? Maybe it’s starting a new technical blog, or you have a great idea for an app that you want to build. You may even want to learn to cook...

Our Pick of Australian Tech Conferences for 2016

With so many great tech conferences every year, it’s hard to know which ones to attend! All facets of startup life is catered for these days; designers, web developers, innovators and startup founders alike. For those of you like us,...

The Top 5 Web Dev Trends Of 2015

Responsive Design (again) This may seem a bit “last year”, but the challenges we face with responsive design have not gotten any easier. Not only do we have to deal with desktops, laptops and tablets and screen readers, but the...

Support email costs you time and money

A little while ago I wrote a post on how to quantify the cost of email communication. Even though it was written a while ago now, the message couldn’t be more true today. As agencies search for ways to streamline their...

CSS: Change is good, even if the outcome isn’t

I spoke at SYDCSS in October on why Change is Good, Even if the Outcome Isn’t, where I had a blast. With the talk seeming to resonate with a larger-than-expected percentage of the audience, I’d like to go into more...

How to market to Developers

I consider myself a pretty lucky Marketer. I get to work with the people who also just happen to be my direct target audience, developers and designers. This comes with both pros and cons. On the upside I get to...

Why passion matters.

I have many flaws. I know about most of them, but I’m sure there are just as many I don’t know about. I try to be a good person, but I am who I am…. for better or worse. You certainly won’t find...

An update from the CEO

A little over a year ago, I sat down and wrote this blog post about “the future of BugHerd”. It seemed like a good idea at the time and we had some grand hopes and visions for what we wanted this...