Naked Element

Business Growth Consultant Emma Gooderham teams up with Naked Element

Norwich based Naked Element have joined forces with Director of Gooderham Consulting Ltd’s, Emma Gooderham to help define a strategy for business growth over the coming months. Working on a contract consultative basis, Emma will help the technology business identify and engage with prospective clients and develop a longer term business development strategy. Naked Element’s […]

neil garner

Two birds, one stone: The future of mobile at New Patrick’s Yard

On Wednesday 1st of April (no, I’m not fooling) Norfolk Developers held a special event in the new “Technical Offices for Technical People”, at New Patrick’s Yard on the corner of Prince of Wales Road and Recorder Road in Norwich. New Patrick’s Yard is the location of the new Norwich based offices for Liquid 11, […]

axon vibe

Axon Vibe Require A Team For Our Mobile Location App

Join Axon Vibe and build the next generation mobile digital assistance and social discovery app. About Axon VIBE: Axon VIBE is a location-based contextual mobile app & platform that detects and predicts human behaviour, and anticipates user needs. Axon VIBE was founded in 2014 by location technology veterans (Google Maps, Bing Maps, Endoxon, Multimap). The […]

huw sayer

SME broadband voucher scheme now available in Norwich & Ipswich

This article is republished by kind permission of  Huw Sayer – Business Writers Limited and originally appeared on the Norfolk Chamber website. You can tell it’s election season because politicians are wooing the business community. Whatever your view on the policies, one recent announcement is good for Norfolk and Suffolk businesses. That is the extension […]

chris spalton

Actively Seeking Opportunities in UX/CX Process Improvement

Chris Spalton has provided us with a number for his fantastic SketchNotes over recent months. Now Chris is actively seeking to gain experience in other areas, therefore we have published the following on his behalf.   I’m coming to the end of a contract and therefore seeking opportunities in the Norwich area. I have a […]


Programmer Required: Local Future Climate Modelling

The Adapt Low Carbon Group, from the University of East Anglia, are in the process of completing an application for Innovate UK’s, “building whole-life performance competition”. This focuses on how to lengthen buildings life spans into the future. The final submission date is 8th April. Our innovation focuses on being able to create localised future […]


Free Digital Workshops for Local New Businesses

Are you a new business less than 12 months old? Does digital factor into your business plan? If so, then a new initiative called DEEP(Digital Enterprise Engagement Programme) may be for you. The scheme is a part of Menta’s Enterprise Engagement Programme (EEP) and is an element of the  New Anglia Growth Programme, which is funded […]

hot source

Hot Source is Back: A Review of the March 2015 Event

For me, and I suspect many others, Hot Source is where it all started. They were the first community group in Norwich to put on free events for the digital industry. Run for many years by Nania Tate, Jake Hithersay and Tom Wood the sessions always contained cutting edge and relevant content from a whole […]


Norwich Gaming Festival 2015 – 6th-11th April

Join us this Easter at the Norwich Gaming Festival to celebrate all aspects of games and their development.  The  Norwich Gaming Festival is hosted by The Forum in Norwich city centre, and will feature a Game Art Exhibition, Retro Gaming Arcade, Talks, Workshops, Exhibition of Games, Arts and Crafts (for big’uns and little’uns) and the extremely […]

Neil Garner

NorDev Special: Mobile Commerce: Past, Present, THE future

Mobile Commerce: Past, Present, THE future. Neil Garner (@Proxama) Mobile Commerce has come a long way from basic automated voice and text messaging services in the late 90s, through basic WAP services on feature phones in late 00s through sophisticated shopping apps of today. Mobile Commerce is still at early stages of evolution in western […]


NorDevCon a Day Filled with Passion!

This post originally appeared on and is published with the permission of the author Tjelvar Olsson. This years Norfolk Developer Conference (NorDevCon) took place on the 27th of February and what a feast it was! The conference which traditionally has a heavy focus on Tech and Agile was this year bolstered by a new business […]


Win Tickets To NorDevCon 2016

At the recent NorDevCon we got fewer feedback forms than we were hoping. We have been thinking of expanding the conference to run over two days, but would like your thoughts first! Please complete this very short survey, to let us know if you would want the 2016 conference to run over two days and if […]

Naked Element

Meet Paul Grenyer & Matt Wells the Naked Element of Norfolk

Paul Grenyer and Matt Wells are well known faces in the Norfolk tech scene and they’ve got good brand recognition for their company, Naked Element. But not so many people are clear on the finer details of what that company actually does. Beccy Johnston talks to Paul and Matt about developing made-to-measure enterprise apps, the […]


Lessons learnt on the road to mobile app delivery by Liftshare

Liftshare have just launched their consumer facing app. Available from Google Play store and Apple app store. They will be reviewing the challenges of delivering a new, innovative app – Including: partnerships, funding, technology and testing, etc. Oh and if you haven’t had a go on the slide yet then this event is a must!      […]

Team Life

A NorDevCon Review: Building Learning into Team Life

For the second year running, I enjoyed NorDevCon last month. One of the sessions which particularly inspired me was Rachel Davies‘ talk on the subject of building learning into team life. Rachel works as an agile coach for the online video promotion company Unruly Media. During the session, Rachel discussed the personal development and team-building […]


SyncNorwich Meetup Survey Your Feedback Requested

SyncNorwich is organised for the benefit of its attendees, therefore we’d really value your opinion on what you’d like to see at future events and where they are held. To this end we have put together a short survey of 6 questions that should take under a minute to complete, we would love to hear your […]


Hacking the phone system & Cassandra the database you can’t turn off

Hacking the phone system : Development solutions which change how people communicate Tom Morgan (@tomorgan) The PBX is an endangered species! Around the world companies are replacing old-style phone systems with VOIP solutions. Microsoft’s VOIP offering is called Microsoft Lync and is changing how people work. In 2015 Lync will be renamed Skype for Business and […]

user experience

£500,000 up for grabs for Feasibility Studies in User Experience

Innovate UK is to invest up to £500,000 in feasibility studies in the area of user experience (UX). The aim is to encourage new and improved ways for machines, their computing systems and people to interact. Proposals may address technologies that contribute to these new approaches, such as sensing information about the user, or they […]

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